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Published on Mar 27, 2019
The adoption of agile development practices and DevOps has enabled companies to iterate more quickly, allowing them to be more responsive to customer needs and deliver features in a fraction of the time. While this rapid release cycle has a number of benefits for the engineering team, it can tax already time- and person-limited security teams, who are usually outnumbered by engineers 100:1 or more.
To keep up with growing engineering teams and the rapid pace of development, security teams have begun investing heavily in tools, processes, and policies that more efficiently and effectively amplify their efforts.
Join us for a candid panel discussion of how several companies have worked to scale their AppSec program, including senior security team members from Dropbox, Netflix, Datadog, DocuSign, and Signal Sciences.
We’ll discuss a number of relevant topics, including: * What are some initial, high ROI minimal security engineering efforts that are valuable to pursue first? * Which security tools, processes, or libraries have been the biggest wins at your company? * What are three things you’d do in any organization you join? * What are three spectacular failures you’ve had?
Attendees will leave with specific, practical and actionable lessons they can apply immediately to their organizations. We’ll leave extra time for questions at the end to ensure we answer the audience’s most pressing needs.
Moderators Clint Gibler Research Director, NCC Group Clint Gibler (@clintgibler) is a senior security consultant and research director at NCC Group, a global information assurance specialist providing organizations with security consulting services. By day, he performs penetration tests of web applications, mobile apps, and networks.
Devdatta Akhawee Director of Security Engineering, Dropbox Devdatta heads the Product Safety Organization at Dropbox. Before that, he received a PhD in Computer Science from UC Berkeley. His graduate research focused on browser and web application security, during which time he also collaborated with the Firefox and Chrome teams.
Doug DePerry Director, Product Security, Datadog Doug DePerry is the Director of Product Security for Datadog. Prior to his current position, Doug lead the bug bounty program at Yahoo. Much of his 10+ years of experience in the security industry is on the offensive side, as a security researcher and consultant at Leaf SR and iSec.
Divya Dwarakanath Security Engineering Manager, Snap Divya leads the Application Security team at Snap, focusing on developing frameworks and tools to prevent vulnerabilities, assessing the security of products and educating developers. Prior to Snap, Divya has worked as a security consultant and software engineer.
John Heasman Deputy CISO, DocuSign John Heasman is the Deputy CISO at DocuSign, focused on proactive approaches to securing software. Prior to DocuSign, he spent 10 years working as a consultant for the NCC Group. John has released numerous security advisories in widely used software and has presented original research..
Astha Singhal Engineering Manager, Application Security, Netflix Astha Singhal leads the Application Security team at Netflix that secures all the applications in Netflix's cloud infrastructure. Prior to this, she managed the AppExchange Security Review on Salesforce Product Security. She is a security engineer by qualification who is passionate.