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Chris Scharff – Ethical Hackers can Increase your Application Security

Chris Scharff – Ethical Hackers can Increase your Application Security

From code design to unit testing to deployment, teams and tools must work together to detect risks early while keeping the pipeline of digital products moving. Join us to learn how adding testing by ethical hackers to your SDLC can provide essential vulnerability feedback early and reduce the risk of attack in your cloud applications.

 

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Guest(s): Chris Scharff

2022 DevSecOps Days

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Jennifer Czaplewski - DevSecOps at Target

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Brian Reed - Developer First Security for Screaming Fast Mobile Pipelines with GitHub & NowSecure

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