Incorporating community-powered security into the developer workflow

October 3, 2019

Oege de Moor

Oege de Moor

CEO and Founder, Semmle

Fermín Serna

Fermín Serna

CSO, Semmle

Keith Hoodlet

Keith Hoodlet

Senior Manager of DevOps, Thermo Fisher

Kelly Stirman

Kelly Stirman

VP, Strategy and Product Marketing, GitHub

What if you could have an extra team member who reviews each pull request, with a special eye towards security? A team member who knows all the latest security research, and gives helpful feedback, making security part of your engineering culture?

Too hard to recruit and too expensive? GitHub and Semmle combine to provide the next best thing: automated code review for developers, powered by the security community’s expertise.

Join us as Semmle founder and CEO, Oege de Moor, and Chief Security Officer, Fermín Serna, share this vision for community-powered secure development, and explain how your team can benefit from the advice from the world’s top security researchers. We will also be joined by Keith Hoodlet, Sr. Manager DevOps, to learn how Thermo Fisher is instilling a security-focused development culture by prioritizing “security as a feature”.

In this webinar you will learn how:

  • Community-powered security can be part of every developer’s workflow
  • Semmle QL is changing the way security researchers perform variant analysis and share their knowledge
  • Leading enterprises are benefiting from this shared knowledge for continuous security, and contribute back to the community

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