July 22, 2021
Let’s explore the future of secure software together. In this learning journey, you’ll join our Security Architects to discover the ins and outs of secure code and how to embed security into your developers’ native workflow.
Join us from wherever you are in your own security journey. Buckle up. Bring your laptop, your favourite IDE, and your questions!
Part 3 - Unpack your software supply chain
July 22, 16:00-17:00 CEST
[Beginner] Understanding the software supply chain basics
This session will provide an overview of open source consumption as it pertains to enterprises over the years, how the power of choice has shifted to the developer, and what GitHub is doing to secure that ecosystem.
July 29, 16:00-17:00 CEST
[Advanced] Diving deeper into securing your supply chain
We’ll offer you an overview of software supply chain attacks and how they have changed the way businesses should think about building applications. We’ll also share how GitHub helps increase security measures with Dependabot and GitHub Advanced Security.
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Part 1: Scan your code
[Beginner] How to get started with code scanning
For beginners: Learn how to get started with GitHub Advanced Security on both securing your applications’ code and developer lifecycle.
[Advanced] Diving deeper into code scanning and secret scanning
For more advanced users: Get a deep dive into code scanning and secret scanning, with a focus on configurations and customisations that can be done to enhance the static code analysis experience.
Part 2: Learn the CodeQL essentials
[Beginner] Easy vulnerability hunting with CodeQL
[Advanced] Advanced vulnerability hunting with CodeQL
Concerned about threat models in your applications that you can’t automatically detect and enforce? In this session, we’ll jump right into setting up and using CodeQL in development workflows. Some security experience required.
Event format: This is a Microsoft Teams Meeting with a live demo. We encourage you to code along, actively drive the conversation in chat, or raise your hand to reach out to our Security Architects or the community directly.
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