Security testing is a vital part of any organization. In this course, Performing DevSecOps Automated Security Testing, you will gain the ability to perform automated security tests. First, you will learn how to implement automated security scanning of code. Then, you will perform security testing of containers. Finally, you will explore how to perform automated security tests of applications and infrastructure. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of performing automated security tests needed to implement in a continuous integration environment.
Peter started out in the nineties as software engineer working on internet banking applications for various European financial institutions. Since 2004, he started specializing in pentesting complex and feature-rich web applications. Currently, he leads a global team of highly skilled and enthusiastic penetration testers as lead pentester.
Course Overview Hi, everyone. My name is Peter Mosmans, and welcome to my course, Performing DevSecOps Automated Security Testing. I'm a former software developer and now a lead penetration tester and DevSecOps consultant, working for multiple companies around the globe. Are you ready to start performing DevSecOps security testing? Could your pipeline use some more security tests? Would you like to see demos of security testing tools in action? Well, then this course is for you. You'll learn all about performing automated security testing. Some of the major topics that we will cover include how to perform automated security tests, how to integrate numerous security testing tools into your existing build pipelines, how to detect secrets within your code base, existing ones, as well as new ones. By the end of this course, you will know all about performing security testing, and you will be ready to implement and integrate security tests into your build pipeline. Before beginning the course, you should be a little bit familiar with software development lifecycles. Knowledge of Docker is a pre, but overall discourses for anyone interested in automated security testing. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about performing automated security testing with the Performing DevSecOps Automated Security Testing course here, at Pluralsight.