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Virtual Conference: Shift AppSec 2018

Rethink AppSec

Rethink AppSec

April 17, 2019 | 9AM - 2PM PST

Everyone has heard the hype around integrating security into the product development lifecycle. But let’s actually talk about how to do it. What we plan to do with this virtual conference is highlight true AppSec success stories from leaders in the industry.

Speakers

Nine 30-minute practitioner-led sessions

  • Caroline Wong
    Caroline Wong

    Chief Security Strategist, Cobalt.io

    Building and Retaining Talent in AppSec

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  • David Kosorok
    David Kosorok

    Director Application Security, Align Technology

    From Zero to Hero: Building an AppSec Program from Nothing

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  • Robin Stuart
    Robin Stuart

    Cyber Crime Expert & Author

    Sharing Is Caring: The Role of Threat Intel in AppSec

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  • Carlos Pero
    Carlos Pero

    Head of Cyber Application Security at Zurich Insurance

    The Elegant AppSec Solution: How to Design a Program that Developers Will Adopt

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  • Kavya Pearlman
    Kavya Pearlman

    Information Security Director, Linden Lab

    The Rise of VR: Addressing AppSec

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  • John Heasman
    John Heasman

    Deputy CISO, DocuSign

    How to Structure your Security Team for Success

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  • Benoit Flippen
    Benoit Flippen

    Head of Cyber Security, finleap

    AppSec vs. Red-Teaming. Which is better?

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  • Dennis Hurst
    Dennis Hurst

    DevSec Thought Leader

    Appsec at Scale<>Where it breaks down

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  • Britney Hommertzheim
    Britney Hommertzheim

    Director Information Security, AMC Theatres

    Developing Security

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Conference Agenda

April 17, 2019 | 9am - 2pm PST

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Overview

The purpose of this virtual conference is to offer real and practical guidance to build and improve your application security program. No sales talks or outdated security frameworks.

Caroline Wong

“Fundamentally, application security is about designing, building, and maintaining secure software. The knowledge to build and improve your AppSec program using straightforward approaches that work.”

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