Jan 18 – Feb 25, 2022

The Big Fix

We went big!

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Projects scanned

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Vulnerabilities found

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Vulnerabilities fixed

202,200

 vulns fixed

Why 202,200? The Big Fix aims to make security 100 times better in 2022. 100 * 2022 = 202,200!

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The Big Fix-A-Thon is done

We had a blast at the 24-hour livestream full of security experts, industry leaders, and experienced developers. We hope you were able to attend a session or ten and leave a secure developer.

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Good morning APJ

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Hello EMEA

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Howdy AMER

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Welcome to the Big Fix-A-Thon

Hosted by DeveloperSteve, Sr. Developer Advocate at Snyk

0:30

AMA: Security Student and Capture the Flag Winner

Guest: myDonut, CTF winner and security student

1:00

Getting Started with Security & DevSecOps

Louis Cremen, Technical Instructor at DDLS

2:00

Building & Securing Open Source & Community Apps

Grace Benedek Rooney, Developer Evangelism Manager at Xero

2:30

Monitoring, Debugging & Securing a Stack

Steve Ng, Principal Developer Relations Lead Engineer at New Relic

3:00

Going with the Security fl0

Natalie Byrgiotis, Developer Relations Lead at Fl0

3:30

Securing Applications on AWS

Pouya Ghotbi, Security, Risk & Compliance Advisor for Public Sector & Lucas Kauffman, AWS Security Consultant

4:00

Hands on Securing MongoDB

Stephen Steneker, Director of Community at MongoDB

5:00

はじめに:The Big Fixの概要とSnykのセットアップ

Hosted by Toshi Aizawa, Solutions Engineer at Snyk

5:30

Snyk井戸端会議:DIVX CTO の田島さんと語る!

Yuya Tajima, CTO at DIVX

6:00

Things to Remember for Application Security

Vandana Verma, Security Relations Leader at Snyk & Gopal Gupta

6:30

Taking the Security First Approach to App Development

Vandana Verma Sehgal, Senior Developer Advocate at Snyk & Soumen Mukherjee, Security Architect at Barco

7:00

AMA: Getting Started as a Dev/Sec/Ops

Ashleigh Wilson, Developer Trainer at Coder Academy

7:30

Securing and Contributing to Drupal

Solihin Jinata, Director at Pixel Onion

8:00

The Big Fix Livestream Sun Rises in EU

Hosted by Brian Vermeer, Sr. Developer Advocate at Snyk

9:00

Hacking & Patching Node.js Security Vulnerabilities

Liran Tal, Director of Developer Advocacy at Snyk

10:00

Keep your Java Code Secure with Snyk

Sarah Usher, Sr. Software Engineer at Snyk

10:30

Live Broadcasting Security: The Dreaded Secrets Revealed on Stream

Andy Morrell, Head of Development at Slevinth Heaven Ltd

11:00

The power of a Security Community

Waleed Arshad, Community Manager at Snyk

12:00

Becoming a Secure Developer in Go

Noa Moshe, Associate Solutions Engineer at Snyk

12:30

Mitigate Supply Chain Risk with Snyk Advisor

Oren Hacohen, Director of Growth at Snyk

13:00

Snyk Learn: Securing Kubernetes

Matt Jarvis, Director of Developer Relations at Snyk

14:00

Becoming a Secure Python Developer

Lilli Kastilio, Technical Solutions Architect at Snyk

14:30

Setting Up SSL Certificates for Node.js

Instafluff (Raphael Mun), Senior Software Engineer

15:00

Mother Nature’s Security Advice

Grace Jansen, Developer Advocate at IBM

15:30

Security Scanning At Scale

Chris Walz, Senior Product Security Engineer at Atlassian & Will Ratner, Senior Product Security Engineer at Atlassian

16:00

Good Morning AMER

Hosted by Brian Clark, Sr. Developer Advocate at Snyk

16:30

Getting Started with Snyk Code

Nate Michalov, Sr. Solutions Engineering at Snyk

17:00

Continuous Improvement Calls for Continuous Security: Meet the Community

Vandana Verma Sehgal, Security Relations Leader at Snyk & Kayla Underkoffler, Senior Security Technologist at HackerOne

17:30

Card Testing: A Developer’s Guide to Fighting Against the Dark Web

Paul Asjes, Developer Advocate at Stripe

18:00

Using Argo CD at Scale Securely

Dan Garfield, Co-Founder and Chief Open Source Officer at Codefresh

18:30

IAM Going Down the Rabbit Hole

Val Komarov, Consulting Engineer at Rapid 7

19:00

The State of Cybersecurity Education

Kyle Suero, Security Advocate at Snyk & Professor Jonathan Weissman

19:30

Intro to GitHub for Open Source Projects

Dr. Sarah Guthals, Developer Advocate

20:00

“But it worked on my machine!” Testing your Code Locally Like it Runs in Production Using Docker Desktop

Eric Smalling, Senior Developer Advocate at Snyk & Peter McKee, Head of Community & Developer Relations at Docker

21:00

How You Can Best Prioritize and Fix Vulnerabilities

Scott Gerlach, Co-Founder & CSO at StackHawk

22:00

How Databases Fit into a Serverless World

James Q Quick, Staff Developer Advocate at PlanetScale

22:30

Fireside Chat: Avoiding Breaches

Alex Lawrence, Principal Security Architect at Sysdig

23:00

Hacking Lessons from Movies and Other Questionable Sources

Casey Bisso, Head of Product & Developer Relations at BluBracket & Alexandria, Developer Advocate at BluBracket

23:30

The Big Fix-A-Thon Wrap Up

Randall Degges, Head of Developer Relations & Community at Snyk

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