DevSecCon London

19-20 October 2017

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Become a DevSecOps expert

DevSecCon is back in London, to bring together DevOps and Security in a unique conference run by practitioners, for practitioners.
This year we’re expanding DevSecCon over two days to be able to offer more in-depth sessions: inspiring talks and interactive workshops about DevSecOps – the practice of building security into development processes. This is your chance to learn from key industry figures, meet with your peers and learn how DevOps and Security can work together to make continuously secure development a reality.

Security as code

Learn how to implement security in the overall development process – from the supply chain to the customer experience.

Expert speakers

DevSecCon features talks and workshops of leading figures in DevOps, Security and Development.

Industry insights

Find out about the latest DevSecOps technologies and innovations, and meet the companies behind them.

Interact & connect

Network with your peers in the DevSecOps community during free breakfast, lunch and networking drinks.

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2017 Speakers


In 2016, we explained the core concepts of DevSecOps in short lightening talks and in 2017 we will be delivering you more extensive and in-depth sessions. Three talk and workshop tracks are spread over two full days and, as always, there will be plenty of networking opportunities during free meals, networking drinks and in the exhibitor area. Here are a few of the highlights:


Keynote: From whistles to nation state and why Developers are now more important than ever before

Hacking, and being hacked, is now daily front page news. From ransomware and arrests of young researchers who try and prevent it, to countries subverting the political systems of others,...
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Daniel Cuthbert - Head of Security Research
Daniel Cuthbert

MacOS security, hardening and forensics 101

A lot of startups only have Apple laptops now, and beautiful though that chunk of aluminium is, it’s built on a sand castle of NextStep and BSD. Macs are now...
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Ben Hughes

Permitting agility whilst enforcing security – a story of making Docker a win-win proposition

At Yelp we built PaaSTA – our own platform as a service – on top of Mesos, Marathon and Chronos. It runs our microservices in Docker containers on autoscaling clusters...
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Alina Radu - Software Engineer, Yelp
Alina Radu

The flaws in hordes, the security in crowds

The crowdsourced security model has been embraced by organizations running bug bounty programs. These programs are designed to discover and resolve vulnerabilities in production apps, but too often they deviate...
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Mike Shema - VP of SecOps and Research,
Mike Shema

Threat Modeling by Adam Shostack


Learn how to champion threat modeling from renowned security expert and book author Adam Shostack. Any booking of this training course includes a 2-day conference pass for DevSecCon London!

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Where and when

19-20 Oct 2017 | CodeNode, London

DevSecCon London will take place on 19-20th October 2017 at CodeNode, Skills Matter’s new 23,000 sqft Tech Events and Community venue (10 South Place, London, EC2M 7EB, UK).

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DevSecCon London 2017 is possible thanks to our sponsors

DevSecCon would not be possible without the generous support from our sponsors – a big thanks to all supporters, especially to our main sponsor HackerOne! If you are interested in conference sponsorship opportunities, please get in touch.

  • DevSecCon Sponsors: Black duck
  • DevSecCon Sponsors :Sonatype
  • DevSecCon sponsors - Veracode
  • DevSecCon Sponsors: Venafi
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  • DevSecCon Sponsor: Continuum Security
  • DevSecCon Sponsor: Checkmarx
  • DevSecCon Sponsor: Empiric
  • OWASP - DevSecCon Sponsor
  • DevSecCon 2017 London Sponsor: Kiuwan
  • 4Armed
  • equal-experts
  • snyk