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Thursday, October 24 • 5:00pm - 5:50pm
The Security of DevSecOps

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The current trend for DevSecOps has revolutionized the way applications are built and deployed, with developers having the ability to push a change from their desktop and have it running on a live server within hours, sometimes even minutes. The key to making all this possible is automation, with code changes running through build and test scripts and infrastructure being span up by lines of code rather than humans.

The downside to this automation is that the machines must now hold secrets that were previously only available to their human masters. Config files hold database credentials for structural updates, roll-out scripts can access SSH keys for production, and source code repositories never forget anything. In this new world, compromise of a single host can mean compromise of the whole process, affecting both the end product and the business itself.

This talk will look at the DevSecOps process and point out a number of key areas where we can look during reviews in a hope to plug as many of these potential holes as possible and ensure the Sec stays in DevSecOps.


Chris Truncer

Christopher Truncer (@ChrisTruncer) is a co-founder and red team lead with FortyNorth Security. He is a co-founder and current developer of the Veil-Framework, a project aimed to bridge the gap between advanced red team and penetration testing tools, WMImplant, EyeWitness, and other... Read More →
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Robin Wood

Hacker, coder, climber. Co-founder of UK conference SteelCon, freelance tester, author of many tools. Always trying to learn new things.

Thursday October 24, 2019 5:00pm - 5:50pm MDT
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