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DevSecOps Hands-on Workshop on Github (Batch 2) (Please read the requirements)

  • Yesterday · 6:30 PM

*DevSecOps Workshop series is free but invite-only workshop; preferences are given to regular meetup members, and selected participants will be informed separately about the venue and schedule*

Only 20 slots are available for each workshop and depend on the waitlist participants we may conduct more workshop on the same topic.

Workshop Series - Integrating Continuous Security testing into SDLC

Performing continuous security testing in a DevOps environment with short release cycles and a continuous delivery pipeline is a big challenge, and the traditional secure SDLC model fails to deliver the desired results. DevOps understand the process of built, test and deploy. They have largely automated this process in a delivery pipeline; they deploy to production multiple times per day, but the big challenge is how they can do this securely?

This workshop will give basic knowledge to build an application security pipeline in Jenkins, challenges, and possible solutions, also how existing application security solutions (SAST, DAST, OpenSource Libraries Analysis) are playing a key role in growing the relationship between security and DevOps.

Workshop 1: Basics of Github

This is the first workshop of the series where participants will be given a basic training on Github & Jenkins and various security plugins that can be used to create AppSec Pipeline.


· Basic of Github

· Getting your project in Github

·Github administrations  

Requirements : 

. Please submit your nomination using participation form:·  

Candidates has to bring their laptop; Internet connection will be provided in Venue

·  Java SDK should be installed.

· Github setup file (Installation and basic configuration will be covered in workshop)

·  Basic understanding of programming/scripting

·  Basic understanding of application security issues (Not mandatory)

Lab Instructor :

Fabian Lim 

{ person  : {

name  : ['Fabian Lim', '(Qi Pei 祺沛)'],  

work  : ['Intuit', 'Cyber Security Team', 'Security Software Engineer'],  

job  : ['Security Logging', 'Monitoring', 'Alerting', 'Remediating', '& Red Teaming, etc']  

edu  : ['Carnegie Mellon University – MS(Information Security Policy & Mgmt)','Singapore Management University BS(Information Systems)'],  

from  : ['Singapore'],  

hobby  : ['Krav Maga Instructor', 'Outdoors', 'Motorcycle'],  

languages : ['English', 'Mandarin', 'Cantonese', 'Teochew', '(learning) Spanish']

} }

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