The Latest Ed TALKS
Premiered: September 13, 2023 at 12 pm EST / 9 am PST
DevOps is often characterized as a mindset shift, but that undermines the critical cogs that actually make it work – the people, technology, and processes.
This EdTalks will discuss the current state of DevSecOps, debunk common myths, and offer practical tips on streamlining security adoption. Specific topics include:
- Our obsession (and missed opportunity) with shifting left
- Implications of AI and other emerging technology
- Is cloud security now software security?
- Measuring risk – moving beyond scans and vulnerability counts
Meet The Panelists
Founder of the DevSecOps Foundation and has had leadership roles with globally recognized brands, including Sony, Intuit, and Adobe.
Award-Winning Business & Technology Writer
Editor and Board of Advisors Member for DevOps.com and Digirupt.io covering pivotal stories about digital transformation and software development.
Application Security Engineer
Longtime Application Security Manager for organizations like Amex and PayPal, Author of multiple books, including “Practical Security for Agile and DevOps.
About Ed TALKS
For two decades, I’ve been fortunate to have crossed paths with respected industry luminaries and practitioners. On a regular basis, I invite them to discuss practical approaches to securing the software ecosystem based on today’s realities: complex tech stacks, evolving threats, motivated attackers, mounting regulations, and unsettling skill gaps.
Come join us. You may laugh, cry, reflect, or learn – just like your relationship with security. Either way, Ed TALKS will be: engaging, realistic, and diverse.
About Ed Adams
Ed is a software quality and security expert with 25+ years of experience. He is a Ponemon Institute Research Fellow, Privacy by Design Ambassador, Forbes Technology Council Member, and recipient of SC Magazine Reboot Leadership Awards.
Ed sits on the board of Cyversity, a non-profit committed to advancing minorities in the field of cyber security, and is a BoSTEM Advisory Committee member. He has moderated panels at RSA Conference, BlackHat, Ponemon RIM, and others – and thoroughly loves it.