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In this meetup we will hopefully demystify what DevSecOps means and look at some examples of how to put it in practice. Join us to for interesting talks! And drinks and pizza. And some cool discussions. The event starts at 19:00 and talks will start at 19:15 sharp, please be on time! We will have another book to raffle among those who arrive before 19:15! Talk #1: DevSecOps, Rugged DevOps, Shift left Security…Good sense really! Speaker: Pedro Farinha In this session we will be talking about the key concepts of DevSecOps: what does it means, how it translates into practical day to day actions, and how it strongly relates to the concepts of Security By Design demanded by several compliance requirements (Yes, we were trying to avoid to mention it, it but yes,…this too relates to GDPR, sorry about that) As DevOps aims to speed up the development cycles to generate value, DevSecOps (or Rugged DevOps) goal is to assure the products of development cycles are secure, from the ground up. If the principles are similar (bring the organization together, collaborate in order to address each other needs), the tools are pretty much the same (reuse, test continuously, fail-fast,…). The content, or subject matter, is the only thing that is specific. Pedro has over 20 years’ experience in software engineering. He has worked in several organizations covering R&D, product development and integration projects in a broad range of sectors such as utilities, telco and financial sectors. Pedro is the Founder and Director of Shiftleft, a company committed to the Software Engineering practices, focusing in the transformation and innovation of delivery to increase efficiency, quality and security of the software products. Pedro has an MsC (PgD) in Software Engineering awarded by University of Liverpool, UK. Talk #2: To be announced soon!

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