Schedule a meeting with Continuum Security at Def Con 2018

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Our CTO Paul Santapau will be in attendance at the upcoming Def Con conference in Las Vegas August 9th-12th.

Please do let us know if you would like to schedule a meeting with Paul to discuss all things DevSecOps and our IriusRisk threat modeling platform – including new features and future development.


If you’re mulling over why you should invest in a threat modeling platform, please check out our recent blog post on that topic:

…..The key again is a threat modeling tool that can talk the developers language and sync with their toolchain such as issue trackers, allowing for tracking of tickets to manage the status of identified risks as they progress through the development process. Read More

And we have also recently recorded a new introductory video to IriusRisk to give you an overview of its capabilities and benefits:

Hope to see you there!

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