DevSecOps Days Pittsburgh 2022 Program Announced
Note: DevSecOps Days Los Angeles, on July 27, has been canceled.
April 8, 2022—DevSecOps Days 2022, a series of three free, virtual conferences about integrating security into DevOps practices, has announced the program and keynote speakers for its April 27 event. The conference will feature talks on security in the supply chain, building a new organizational security culture, chaos security engineering, using pipelines in highly regulated environments, linking architecture best practices with DevSecOps initiatives, and more.
Participants will hear from two distinguished keynote speakers. Chris Hughes, co-founder and chief information security officer of Aquia, Inc., will discuss DevSecOps improvements through time and remaining challenges in his keynote address, “DevSecOps: Are We There Yet?” In “How to Misuse and Abuse DORA Metrics,” Bryan Finster, a value stream architect with Defense Unicorns, will discuss the use of constructive metrics to identify where improvement efforts should be applied.
DevSecOps Days is a series of global one- and two-day conferences helping to educate, evolve, and explore concepts around developing security as code. The DevSecOps Days Community, a group of international volunteers that provide a central hub of DevSecOps resources, coordinates the series and has partnered with the SEI on three DevSecOps Days this year: Pittsburgh on April 27, Los Angeles on July 27, and Washington, D.C., on October 12. All three events will be held virtually.