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Security is a major concern in the DevOps world. There is a constant push for companies to move faster, and security teams struggle to keep up with testing. This has led to the rise of a new field: DevSecOps. Learn the basics and get hands-on practice with the latest tools in this learning path.
Learn how DevOps and security intersect.
Discover the emerging best practices of DevSecOps.
Practice automating security and building secure CI/CD pipelines.
Get an overview of DevSecOps. Find out how a DevSecOps program can help you integrate security into the application development pipeline.
54m 24s • COURSE
DevSecOps: Automated Security Testing with James Wickett
Learn how to set up automated security testing for your software delivery workflow, including continuous integration/continuous delivery pipelines.
1h 35m • COURSE
DevSecOps: Building a Secure Continuous Delivery Pipeline with James Wickett
Explore best practices and tools that can help you implement security across the entirety of the continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline.
1h 12m • COURSE
DevSecOps: Continuous Application Security with Tim Chase
Learn how to build a continuous application security process that meshes with the fast-paced world of DevOps. Explore tools and strategies for testing apps in an automated fashion.
45m 40s • COURSE
DevSecOps: Burning Questions with James Wickett
Got a burning question about DevSecOps? This fun, fast-paced course has you covered. Each Q&A-style video provides an answer to a common question about DevSecOps implementation.
35m 20s • COURSE
Soft Skills for Information Security Professionals with Jerod Brennen
Information security isn’t all ones and zeros. Learn how to communicate security concepts and proposals in terms that will resonate with audiences of all technical abilities.
1h 18m • COURSE
You'll learn DevSecOps skills with these experts.
Tim Chase is director of application security and architecture at Nielsen, a global information services firm.
Tim's demonstrated success in building a robust security infrastructure is the direct result of his ability to not just manage security and risks, but also to enhance and develop the systems and standards in order to meet the growing needs of the organization. Tim is an expert at resolving challenging security incidents within short turnaround times.
He has strong technical experience in testing and quality control, which keeps him actively involved in the project management cycle. With a passion for developing and growing people, Tim takes pride in coaching and mentoring strong teams that deliver excellence in technology and business. For the last six years, he has also been a professional speaker, lecturing on security issues at RSA DevOps Connect and HP Discover.
James Wickett is a speaker on software engineering topics ranging from security to development practices.
James spends a lot of time at the intersection of the DevOps and security communities, and seeing the gap in software testing, James founded the open-source project, Gauntlt, to serve as a rugged testing framework.
James works as a senior security engineer and developer advocate at Verica, and is he is the author of several courses on DevOps and DevSecOps. James is the creator and founder of the Lonestar Application Security Conference, which is the largest annual security conference in Austin, TX. He also runs DevOpsDays Austin and ServerlessDays Austin. He previously served on the global devopsdays board.
In his spare time, he is trying to learn how to make a perfect BBQ brisket.
You can book James to speak at your event through his website: wickett.me.
Jerod Brennen is a security architect, advisor, speaker, and teacher. He has 20+ years of infosec experience.
Jerod focuses on helping people improve the security of the technologies and business processes at their organizations. Whether serving as a consultant, manager, or specialist, he focuses on information risk management and presents regularly at infosec conferences. Jerod has hands-on experience in application security, business analysis, compliance, access management, penetration testing, risk assessment, security architecture, incident response, and strategic planning.