Visibility and transparency are key principles of DevSecOps.
Carly Richmond, Developer Advocate at Elastic
6:00pm - Refreshments and networking
6:30pm - Main presentation – Carly Richmond
7:30pm - Q&A – to be chaired by Roy Harrow, BCS DevSecOps Group
8:00pm - Light refreshments for those who are able to attend in person
Explaining the link to DevSecOps processes
Visibility and transparency are key principles of DevSecOps. The shifting left of security knowledge is necessary for building secure applications, but can leave developers feeling overwhelmed.
In this talk, we’ll cover the ways Elastic fosters a free and open approach to security that supports developers, Site Resiliency Engineers (SREs) and security practitioners. Specifically, we’ll discuss:
- The open-source origins of Elastic and the ELK stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana).
- The features of Elasticsearch that help support developers in securing their ELK deployments.
- How the integration of Observability tools such as Applications Performance Monitoring (APM), Real User Monitoring (RUM) and Synthetic Monitoring, and Security practitioner tools such as Elastic SIEM and integrations allow access to the data needed to monitor applications at all levels.
- How Elastic Security Labs can help support the community by taking a transparent and developer-focused approach to security-research.
About the speaker
Carly is a Developer Advocate at Elastic, based in London, UK. Before joining Elastic in 2022, she spent over 10 years working as a technologist at a large investment bank, specialising in Frontend Web development and agility. She is an agile evangelist, UI enthusiast, and regular blogger.
In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, photography, drinking tea and chasing after her young son.
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This event is brought to you by: BCS DevSecOps specialist group