Every organization with a DevOps framework should be looking to shift toward a DevSecOps mindset, bringing individuals of all abilities and across all technology disciplines to a higher level of proficiency in security. From testing for potential security exploits to building business-driven security services, a DevSecOps framework that uses DevSecOps tools ensures security is built into applications rather than being bolted on haphazardly afterwards.
In Securing Your DevOps Pipelines: DevSecOps Best Practices, Milecia covers how DevSecOps improves upon regular DevOps pipelines. She covers the tools and methodologies you can use to bring DevSecOps to your organization. By the end of the course, you will know how to build a DevSecOps pipeline and how to integrate different tools to handle the OWASP Top Ten, as well as compliance checks to stay up to date with regulations like HIPAA, PCI, and GDPR.
About the Instructor
Milecia McGregor is a software generalist who has worked in numerous areas of tech. She has a master’s degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering and has done machine learning work for humancomputer interfaces on autonomous vehicles. She has done work on the front-end and back-end, data science, robotics, DevOps, cybersecurity, blockchain, VR, and other areas. Milecia has worked on projects like the Mozilla VPN and apps that work with brain signals. She is also an international speaker in the tech community with talks covering a variety of topics across multiple programming languages.
- Beginner to Intermediate
What You Will Learn
Developers and Engineers will learn to
- Build a DevSecOps pipeline in CircleCI with several industry standard tools
- Deploy a TypeScript full-stack app and see how DevSecOps reports security risks
- Learn how to get your organization onboard with a security and DevOps mindset
- Perform simple automated security audits to further check for vulnerabilities
Who Should Take This Course
DevOps professionals and site reliability engineers, software developers, technical project managers, security engineers
Some experience with DevOps pipelines, some knowledge of the OWASP Top Ten and web application authentication, authorization, and other security principles