DevSecOps Days DC Announces Keynote Speaker
September 20, 2023—DevSecOps Days Washington, D.C., 2023 recently announced that Rob Vietmeyer, Department of Defense chief software officer for the deputy chief information officer for information enterprise (DCIO(IE)), will be the keynote speaker for its upcoming conference. The free event will be held in person on October 12 in Arlington, Virginia.
The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) will host the conference on integrating security into DevOps practices. Attendees will learn from fellow practitioner successes, discover ideas on integrating security into their teams, and leave with insights on automating security within the entire developer and production pipeline.
Vietmeyer’s keynote address, "From Code to Combat: Securing DoD's Technological Edge through DevSecOps," will give an overview of how the DCIO(IE) is implementing DevSecOps.
Other topics on the day’s agenda include
- Scaling Cloud Accounts and How to Secure Access to Multi-Account Estates
- A Billion Decisions a Day: MLOps Powering DoD-Scaled Missions
- Amateur Hour to Alerting Power: Overcoming Challenges in Constructing a PII Observability Pipeline
- Modern Vulnerability Management: Separating Signal from the Noise
- Are Your DevSecOps Capabilities Mature?
- Securing the Digital Enterprise Using Open Standards for Zero Trust
DevSecOps Days is part of a series of global one- and two-day conferences helping to educate practitioners and evolve and explore concepts around developing security as code. The SEI held a DevSecOps Days conference in Pittsburgh in May. Registration to attend the October event in Arlington is open.
Learn more about DevSecOps Days on the event’s website.