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Please join us for a review of some of the challenges of managing software supply chains and how DevSecOps processes and technology play a crucial role in helping to address the requirements.

The SolarWinds hack clearly demonstrated the damaging impact supply chain compromise can generate and served dramatically to raise the profile and importance of supply chain integrity.

In this presentation Andrew will examine the threat points in the software creation pipeline processes, from code commit through to application deployment, highlighting the valuable contributions of Open Source initiatives and tools.

About the speaker

Andrew Hardie, Chair of the BCS DevSecOps Specialist Group

Andrew has a thirty year record of designing, managing and delivering innovative and successful project solutions, designs, systems and valuable intellectual property for high-profile public, private and NGO clients, with a reputation for high quality advice, thought leadership and problem solving.

He is a well-known evangelist for automation, orchestration, event-driven systems and “everything as code”. Proponent of DevSecOps, zero-trust networking and loosely-coupled system architectures.

Advocate of ongoing hands-on learning to maintain currency with rapidly-changing tech.

Perpetually curious about new tools and techniques, to evaluate their potential uses.

Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.

For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event, please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.

This event is brought to you by: BCS DevSecOps specialist group

AGM and Software supply chain integrity
Date and time
Thursday 9 December, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
25 Copthall Ave
United Kingdom
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