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DevOps Connect: DevSecOps Day @ RSAC

Monday, 15 July
9.00  17.00 hrs 

In the past few years, security integration within the DevOps pipeline has given rise to the idea of DevSecOps. Once seen as the bottleneck and inhibitor of the development and deployment process, security has become an integral part of the movement towards automation and the removal of manual oversight enforcement. As stated in the DevSecOps Manifesto, "We must adapt our ways to ensure data security and privacy issues are not left behind because we were too slow to change." There are practitioners in the field who are pushing forward with the idea of creating a secure application development pipeline, with security integrated from conception to deployment.

In this year's DevOps Connect: DevSecOps Day at RSA Conference 2019 APJ, you'll hear stories from those practitioners, explaining how they made the cultural transformation from legacy development and deployment processes to integrated systems that include security as a part of the process, not as an overseer or bottleneck to secure application development. This series of first person talks will give you a perspective on how you and your team can enable faster application development with more rapid deployment to production, while integrating security into your DevOps initiatives.

This content is brought to you by DevOps Connect. Open to all pass types. Attendees selecting this seminar will have their contact details shared with DevOps Connect.

Innovate to Future Proof: 2025

Tuesday, 16 July
9.00 – 14.30 hrs  

What does the world look like in 2025? What regulatory and policy changes loom on the horizon that may significantly impact how you do business? What technology, process and staffing considerations should you be budgeting for now to prepare for what may lie ahead? Innovate to Future Proof: 2025 brings together a carefully curated series of future-looking talks designed to help you better prepare for tomorrow. This seminar is designed for all RSA Conference attendees from technology, business, academia, policy, law and enterprise, and also aspiring innovators and entrepreneurs looking to create solutions to solve emerging challenges. 

Open to all attendees.

Facing Financial Fraud Head On: Cybersecurity Best Practices

Tuesday, 16 July 
9.00 – 14.30 hrs 

While no organization is immune from increasingly creative cyberattacks, financial entities remain at the top of cybercriminals’ short list, directly and via supply chain vulnerabilities. And the increasing number of devices and platforms being used for digital transactions, from mobile to social to the IoT, means the landscape that needs to be protected will continue to grow. How can you shrink the losses and best protect your organization, your customers and your brand? Join this seminar to explore fundamentals to protect your organization and financial fraud trends and remedies, as well as learn how to engage with law enforcement and get best practice guidance from leading experts in the field. 

Open to all attendees.

IEEE Seminar: Ethical Hacking

Tuesday, 16 July
9.00 – 12.00 hrs 

Ethical hacking is the process by which an authorised individual uses the methods and techniques of an adversary (hacker) with the intention of identifying vulnerabilities before an organisation is compromised. In order to understand how an attacker identifies, targets and compromises a system, this workshop will begin with a case study—but this won’t be a boring lecture on what went wrong. This will be a live-hack demo where you will experience the process from first encounter through full network access.

Open to all attendees.

Global Resilience Federation (GRF) Asia Pacific & Japan Seminar: Going Beyond Defence in Depth… Become Proactive!

Tuesday, 16 July
09:30 – 12:00 hrs

Cyber threats are ever evolving. A typical organization is never short on the number of threats they face and end up playing a resource intensive catch-up game that is never ending. This reactive approach gives the threat actors an edge. They only need to find one gap to bypass the defences and compromise the victim organization.

How could the security operations be realigned to be proactive? How could intelligence be used to forecast and mitigate threats, even before they become a concern to the organization? This session will discuss the role information sharing plays in enterprise risk management. Specifically, the speakers will discuss the importance of government/private sector partnerships and how industry specific and cross-sector information sharing complements vendor feeds in protecting a company’s IT infrastructure.

IEEE Seminar: Aftermath Reporting – The What, Why, How, Who and When

Tuesday, 16 July
14.00 – 17.00 hrs 

So, you’ve had a cybersecurity incident. Don’t worry, it happens to the best of us, but it’s what happens next that determines whether you get a pass or fail grade. Have you got the necessary policies, processes, people and tools to handle the mitigate, manage and learn? This talk will explore the elements you need to successfully manage an incident, and pass with flying colours!

Open to all attendees.

 

 
 

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