Continuum Security Sponsors the Open Security Summit

 | Conferences, SecDevOps

We’re delighted to announce we are Gold Sponsors of the upcoming Open Security Summit taking place near London on the 4th-8th June. The summit has a unique focus on active collaboration in attendee driven workshops, rather than a speaker driven conference.

Here’s a little about the conference:

The Open Security Summit 2018 is focused on the collaboration between Developers and Application Security.

Using the same model as the previous OWASP Summits, this 5-day event will be a high-energy experience, during which attendees get the chance to work and collaborate intensively. This is not a conference with uni-directional presentations. Every thoroughly prepared working session is geared towards a specific Application Security challenge and will be focused on actionable outcomes.

If you care about Application Security and want to collaborate with the key players in this industry, this is the event to be at.

The schedule for the summit is now online and there’s a whole raft of superb tracks to choose from including: Chaos Engineering, OWASP SAMM, DevSecOps, GDPR and of course Threat Modeling, which we will be heavily involved with.

There’s a stellar list of attendees available here including our CEO Stephen de Vries and Adam Shostack from our advisory board.

We hope to see you there!


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