If there’s something we’ve learned from the past few years, it’s that meeting in person isn’t something we should take for granted.
Join us for a wonderful evening of educating content, great networking and of course – fine dining, with London’s cyber security leaders, at the luxurious “Chesterfield Mayfair” Hotel, in the heart of one of London’s finest neighborhoods.
Gathering – champagne and canapés
A fascinating session entitled “Shift-left Security: More than just a catchphrase” by Vince King, Head of DevSecOps for Cloud Transformation at the Bank of England.
A delicious 3-course dinner accompanied by a selection of wines, champagne and more surprises, in the private room at The “Chesterfield’s Mayfair” Hotel
(35 Charles St, London W1J 5EB).
Shift-left Security: More than just a catchphrase
Vulnerabilities like Log4j may be headline grabbers, but thousands of applications are being targeted by hackers who use flaws in code as attack vectors. Vulnerabilities such as cross-site scripting or improper authorisation are on the increase, and with the increased use of open source software we need to ensure “shift-left security” is more than just a catchphrase.
During this presentation we’ll look at:
– What modern development looks like
– What developers want
– What developers actually need
– Where does security fit into to all this “agile” working?
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Vince King is Head of DevSecOps for Cloud Transformation at the Bank of England. With more than 20 years’ experience working on software development projects both large and small, he is a reformed developer, SDLC advocate, and secure coding trainer. As a leader of Agile working practices within the Bank, Vince also has experience in supporting awareness and education programmes.Vince has practical expertise in strategic leadership across multiple cyber security disciplines, including, incident response, risk management, vulnerability management, and Cloud transformation. He is a CISSP and CITP, and is passionate about mentoring others to achieve recognition for their work through engagement with the British Computer Society.