DevSecOps Melbourne


July 17, 2024Time: 8:20 AM to 5:25 PM AESTLocation: Crown Promenade, Melbourne, Australia

Join us for DevSecOps Melbourne, part of CISO Melbourne, and immerse yourself in the best industry practices and solutions to embed security into your software development and operations. This is your one-stop shop to stay ahead in the rapidly evolving IT landscape.

Discover the key themes and takeaways:

Stay Ahead of the Curve: Gain a comprehensive insight into the evolution of IT delivery and strategies.
Transformative Impact: Delve into the convergence of DevOps and DevSecOps and its effects on your team and organization.
Seamless Cloud Integration: Learn how to bake security into the cloud through the integration of DevSecOps practices in development and deployment.
Best Practices Benchmark: Achieve the optimal DevSecOps maturity model with our benchmark best practices.
Foster Collaboration: Enhance collaboration between developers and security teams for efficient handling of software development vulnerabilities.

Be part of THE event that sets the security-by-design agenda and empowers your teams with the knowledge and tools to lead in the DevSecOps arena.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be at the forefront of IT delivery evolution and security integration. Mark your calendar for 17 July 2024 at the Crown Promenade, Melbourne.


Join us and use our discount code for $500 off: DEVMELPAR500

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