Everyone talks about DevSecOps being more than tools and processes, about the culture. When it's your responsibility to make it happen, what do you actually do?
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Everyone talks about DevSecOps being more than tools and processes, about the need for security culture. When it's your responsibility to make it happen, what do you actually do?
I love software-centric threat modelling because it's not a nebulous "think like an attacker", it's actually a practical structured approach. This talk is about bringing the same energy to the elusive security culture and of course the role that threat modelling has to play.
About the speaker
Irene Michlin is an application security lead at Neo4j. Before going into application security, Irene worked as software engineer, architect, and technical lead at companies ranging from startups to corporate giants.
Her professional interests include securing development life-cycles and architectures. After years of AppSec consultancy, she is now back to an in-house role, where she can apply all that she's learned.
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