Join us for our first Secure Code Virtual Tournament, where we bring to you new and exciting opportunities to help you grow your cyber security program. This activity is in partnership with Secure Code Warrior, a leading provider of secure coding developer upskilling solutions.
Enabling development teams to code securely can provide a number of benefits including increased engagement, less downtime reworking code, a reduction on vulnerabilities detected later in the development lifecycle and much more.
What is this tournament about?
At this tournament, participants can choose from popular software languages to battle it out in a series of challenges based around the OWASP Top 10. You will be asked to identify a problem, locate insecure code and fix a vulnerability. Along the way you earn points and learn through using hints and resources such as short videos and information on the vulnerabilities. It is a fun activity to compete in and prizes will be awarded to the top 12 players.
Who should participate?
This will be relevant to your development or security teams. Feel free to pass this on so they can register.
Are you an (ISC)² Member?
If you are an (ISC)² Member, you may receive up to 2 (ISC)² CPE credits for attending this session, subject to attendance hours and approval from (ISC)².
Welcome and Introductions Niel Pandya, Cybersecurity Lead - Micro Focus
Building an AppSec program from scratch Michael Snowden - Micro Focus
What’s an AppSec program?
Who needs one and why?
Taking your first steps, then run:
Resources for getting help & information
What things to consider
What you’ll need
What tools to look for
General AppSec Hygiene
Taking a preventative human-led approach to software security and embedding it into the developer's DNA Kirsty Alsop: Global Director of Customer Success - Secure Code Warrior
The DevSecOps movement is here to change the game, creating an environment of shared responsibility for security,
where developers become responsible for effective deployment, and the lines between AppSec and development teams are
increasingly blurred and more collaborative.
Global Director of Customer Success, Kirsty Alsop will demonstrate the changes the industry has faced in the journey from Waterfall to
DevSecOps, as well as reveal how developers can become a powerful piece of the DevSecOps pipeline, without compromising the
work they love most, all while upskilling and become an even more sought-after engineer in the process.
Understand the software security landscape
Learn how to inject security into DevOps process
Understand the fundamental to embedding security into developers DNA