8 – 10 May 2019

thestudio, Manchester

Session type:
Endnote

Session duration:
60 minutes

Presented by:

Michael Brunton-Spall

Bruntonspall Ltd

About this Endnote

Organisations adopting agile practices tend to throw out the old practices of requirements gathering, up front system design and careful analysis in favour of writing code just in time and pushing into production multiple times per day.

Doesn’t this make us far less secure?

Michael will address this question and talk about the tension between agile and security - and offer ways that you can resolve this tension.

About the Speaker

Michael Brunton-Spall is an independent cybersecurity consultant working for the UK government. He is a former Deputy Director with the Cabinet Office, where he headed up technology and operations for the Government Digital Service as well as being head of cybersecurity. Michael has worked in technology for over 15 years, in topics as varied as embedded device development, games console programming, low latency trading and web publishing.

Michael co-authored the book on Agile Application Security and has delivered popular conference talks on various topics, ranging from microservices to agile security.

 @bruntonspall

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