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Dennis Hurst, Founder/President of Saltworks Security (building world-class AppSec programs from policy to production), highlights five frontrunning realities organizations must accept to truly make DevSecOps a value-driving aspect of enterprise IT.
There’s a highly contested debate lingering throughout the software development community that, surprisingly, does not stem from the global pandemic — whether functionality or performance ranks priority one when talking about secure coding.
Halloween is upon us, and while much of the world is focused on scary creatures like ghosts, ghouls, or werewolves, DevSecOps teams have a few scary creatures of their own to deal with.
Listen to Dennis Hurst and Chuck Harold of Security Guy TV discuss the importance of creating an application inventory.
How has the role of a CISO evolved over the past few years, alongside the evolution of the AppSec industry?
Saltworks’ Dennis Hurst joined Security Guy TV to discuss security testing best practices and why it’s important to
Saltworks’ Founder and CEO, Dennis Hurst shares his thoughts on why it is crucial for organizations to shift security practices left and provide developers with high quality open source components to build their applications.
Extensive managerial experience across all aspects of the software development lifecycle has made Hurst a trusted advisor of application security programs for Fortune 500 companies across every industry.