Hear from industry experts
There are lots of stories to tell, and here are some most watched sessions from last year’s SnykCon:
- Whoops! I Committed It Again: Configuring Git to Prevent Accidental Commits
- Lighting the Flare: Container scanning at scale
- How did the Department of Defense move to Kubernetes and Istio?
- Disclosing security vulnerabilities: If You’re Good at Something – Never Do it for Free
- Why can’t we simply add a button that does X?
Sticking to a theme
Based on learnings from the Snyk community, these are some key topics that we see as top of mind.
Enable developers to code securely within their CLI, IDEs, and repositories.
Secure from the start
Shift security left to build faster, more efficiently.
Vulnerabilities in context
Manage vulnerabilities while balancing features and security debt.
Misconfigurations are vulnerabilities
Actionable tips for securing containers and cloud infrastructure.
Foster cross-team collaboration
Best practices for keeping Engineering and Security on the same page.
Security controls that support DevSecOps
Automate security testing within existing workflows, pipelines, and processes.
Submit your talk today
The CFP submission deadline was July 16, 2021. Final selections and announcements to submitting parties will be made by August 20, 2021. If you have any questions, email email@example.com and someone from the team will be in touch!