Adopting DevSecOps: The Holy Grail of sustainable security

By Richard Harpur

With the chronic shortage in cybersecurity skills being compounded by an ever-increasing demand for improved compliance, a classic approach to security is no longer scalable, sustainable or rapid enough to ensure your organization can innovate and compete while maintaining secure systems.

As a result, many leaders are ditching cumbersome, outdated “waterfall” approaches to security delivery in favor of a new approach: DevSecOps. In this webinar, security expert and technology leader Richard Harpur will show you how you can capitalize on the industry shift toward DevSecOps as he discusses:

• The challenges with traditional security and why DevSecOps is geared to succeed in its place

• How to embed sustainable security into your organization

• Examples of APIs and programmatic interfaces for security

• And strategies for getting started in DevSecOps

Come learn how you can keep your business on the cutting-edge of cybersecurity!

Meet our presenter

About the author

Richard Harpur is a highly experienced technology leader with a remarkable career ranging from software development, project management through to C-level roles as CEO, CIO, and CISO. Richard is highly rated and ranked in Ireland's top 100 CIOs. As an author for Pluralsight - a leader in online training for technology professionals - Richard's courses are highly-rated in the Pluralsight library and focus on teaching critical skills in cybersecurity including ISO27001 and Ransomware. As a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) Richard is ideally positioned and passionate about sharing his extensive knowledge and experience to empower others to be successful. Richard also writes extensively on technology and security leadership and regularly speaks at conferences. When he is not writing for his blog www.richardharpur.com Richard enjoys hiking with his wife and 4 children in County Kerry, the tourist capital of Ireland. You can reach Richard on twitter @rharpur.

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