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DSC Poland

The real shift-left



August 10, 2022


6pm CET




Questions? Join the conversation on Discord channel #devsecon-discussions-🗣

About the event:

Join DSC Poland’s chapter leader Cássio Pereira, cyber security engineer at ABB, for his first event: “The real shift-left”.

DevSecOps and the real shift-left, is a talk about how to deal with the real shift-left approach. Many companies have in place CI/CD and some security in it, which is good but stay in place the “fake idea” that we are always testing, so we are always secure… but DevSecOps even fully automated with the best solutions on the market will just keep finding your problems, how about stop creating them?

🗣️ Join the DevSecOps Community on our Discord channel to discuss this talk with other security-focused practitioners! 

Cássio Batista Pereira

Cyber Security Engineer at ABB

About Cássio Batista Pereira

Graduated in Computer Science from Federal University of Uberlândia in 2003, I started my career as a Java Web Developer consultant for Algar Telecom’s co-billing, helping them manage around R$ 3 million in shared billing per month. Next, I assumed a Java Full Stack Developer position in Borland Inc. as a consultant for the Active Debt Management System for São Paulo state, helping them streamline the implementation process for creation and validation of new debts in the system, leading and mentoring up to 7 people within a 30 people team. As a Principal Consultant in Borland, I designed and lead the implementation of an event management system for Astrazeneca’s sales team. Following that, I co-founded my own company, creating my first SaaS product based on AWS Cloud, using Java Web Development and Ext.js to help micro business in management. In association with Myfreecomm, I created my second SaaS product, an integration system to enable end users to connect their cloud services using Ruby on Rails. I have since moved to Canada and started working for Elastic Path in the e-Commerce business, where I worked with customers like Breville, Lifeway, and Intuit, receiving several company awards. Still at Elastic Path, but in the Product Development department, I lead the creation of new technologies and later on the company’s Architecture practice with team of talented collaborators.

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