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Is Digital Transformation Driving the Need for DevSecOps?

October 20, 2020 | 3:00pm CEST

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A recent survey showed digital transformation is the biggest risk factor for senior executives. The automation of traditional IT processes enables greater efficiencies, secure software development and a sustainable competitive advantage.

There are over 20 million developers working for enterprise organisations across the globe. The universal desire for faster innovation and digital transformation has led to DevOps empowered developers demanding efficient reuse of code, which in turn has led to a growing dependence on open source and third-party software libraries. This velocity means applications are developed faster but it also introduces new security risks.

A secure foundation for software innovation is the ultimate source of competitiveness and value creation for almost every type of business. As a result, three things are increasingly common among corporate software engineering teams and the 20 million software developers that work for them:

  • They seek faster innovation
  • They seek improved security
  • They utilise a massive volume of open source libraries

Join Sonatype and other senior IT decision makers as we discuss how the modern software supply chain and the drive for digital innovation is putting organisations at risk. And whether it is time to empower every developer to be a DevSecOps expert.

    Boardroom Moderators.

    Michelle Dufty

    Michelle Dufty

    Senior Director Product Marketing, Sonatype

    Michelle Dufty is the Senior Director of Product Marketing at Sonatype where she brings solutions to market that unite development, security, and operations teams to accelerate software innovation while minimising open source risk. Michelle has over 20 years of experience helping organisations leverage software technologies and services to better compete and serve their mission. Michelle started her career as a management consultant at Ernst and Young and Accenture and has worked in enterprise software ever since. She has broad experience across many types of technologies including BPM, ERP, APM, MDM and Data Integration while working at Appian, OpenText, Ellucian, OPNET Technologies (now Riverbed) and Informatica prior to Sonatype.

    Why Attend.

    This virtual boardroom will equip you with real-life case studies and unite security professionals and IT operations on the same team, to empower you to continuously identify and remediate open source risk, without slowing down innovation. By participating you will:

    • Automatically identify open source risk and mitigate digital transformation cybersecurity risk
    • Oversee new cyber risks whilst still supporting new technology initiatives
    • Achieve strategic transformation initiatives by streamlining software development processes and enabling increased speed to market with new products
    • Focus on automation to achieve digital transformation objectives

    Solution Partner.

    More than 10 million software developers rely on Sonatype to innovate faster while mitigating security risks inherent in open source. Sonatype’s Nexus platform combines in-depth component intelligence with real-time remediation guidance to automate and scale open source governance across every stage of the modern DevOps pipeline. Our machine learning engine (Nexus Intelligence) has analysed more than 70 million open source libraries, and we continuously feed this intelligence to our customers, so they make better innovation decisions early and everywhere across their development lifecycle. DevOps teams eliminate friction associated with manual governance and ship secure software faster than ever — which makes everyone happy:  developers, security professionals, and IT ops.  

    Sonatype is laser focused on helping organisations continuously harness all of the good that open source offers, without any of the risk.  To do this, we’ve invested in knowing more about the quality of open source than anyone else in the world. This investment takes the form of machine learning, AI, and human expertise, which in aggregate, produces highly curated intelligence that is infused into every Nexus product. Over 1,000 organizations and 10 million developers use Sonatype to make better decisions, innovate faster at scale, and rest comfortably knowing their applications consist of the highest quality open source components.

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