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Preventing you from being responsible for your company's next security disaster[Xgeeks]

Otavio Santana
September 16, 2021

Preventing you from being responsible for your company's next security disaster[Xgeeks]

Currently, we see several cases of security breaches that caused a loss of millions, either as credibility or as new fines. As a result, new data protection laws emerge.
Betting on information security guarantees quality and helps prevent these headaches, in addition to avoiding scandals that could make a software project unfeasible.
The company and its team are aware of the importance of safety and prevention; it is necessary to develop a DevSecOps culture. In this talk, you will learn more about this working model and how to prevent you or someone on your team from being responsible for the next security disaster.

Otavio Santana

September 16, 2021

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