The Agile and DevOps software development lifecycles present interesting challenges for application security. How can security keep up with the rapid development cycles, constantly changing code base, and continuous deployment schedules? The answer lies within an automated security framework that is integrated into the development lifecycle.
This presentation will demonstrate how to integrate a new application security testing framework into your build environment. Popular open-source vulnerability scanners, such as the Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP), will be leveraged to provide real-time feedback to development teams, allowing them to remediate vulnerabilities before they reach production.
Aaron is a senior security consultant at Cypress Data Defense, and an instructor and contributing author for the CDD Introduction to Internet Security in .NET course. After ten years in the U.S. Army as a Russian Linguist and a Satellite Repair Technician, he worked as a database administrator and programmer on the Iridium project, with subsequent positions as a telecommunications consultant, senior programmer, and security consultant. Other experience includes developing security tools, secure code review, vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, risk assessment, static source code analysis, and security research. Aaron holds the GIAC GSSP-.NET, GWAPT, GMOB, and CISSP certifications and is located in Arvada, CO.More About Aaron »
Steve Kosten is a security consultant at Cypress Data Defense and an instructor for the SANS DEV541 Secure Coding in Java/JEE: Developing Defensible Applications course. He's previously performed security work in the defense and financial sectors and headed up the security department for a financial services firm. He is currently the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Denver chapter leader and is on the board for the OWASP AppSec USA conference. He has presented security talks before numerous conferences. He is experienced in secure code review, vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, risk management. He holds a bachelor of science in Aerospace Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Science in Information Security from James Madison University. He currently maintains GSSP-JAVA, GWAPT, CISSP, and CISM certifications. Steve resides in Golden, Colorado. In his spare time, Steve enjoys attending his childrens' sporting events with his wife, road and mountain biking, snowboarding, golfing, volleyball, and paragliding.More About Steve »