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Antonio "Specter" Juanilla


Antonio Juanilla @specter DevSecOps Architect, hacking lover, with a "restless" mind and strongly involved with new technologies. Co-Organizer of the HackMadrid %27 community, and Co-Founder of HackBarcelona %27 and Hacker Dreams, member of the CTF flagHunters team, also a strong advocate of the democratization of technology to improve society. International speaker: DragonJarCon NoConName MorterueloCon WorldParty BitUp Eko Party HoneyCon


Join us for an insightful talk where we’ll reveal the secrets to building a fortified Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) using open-source tools. Find out how these powerful resources can improve the security of your software applications and improve your development process. Throughout the talk, we’ll explore a wide range of popular open source tools that can be seamlessly integrated into your workflow like Gitlab, Harbor, defectdojo… By leveraging these tools, you’ll be able to enforce strong security policies, detect vulnerabilities, and Ensure compliance with industry best practices. This isn’t just a theoretical discussion: we’ll dive into practical exercises and share real-world examples that will equip you with practical skills. Through these examples, you’ll learn how to identify and mitigate security risks, harden your code against potential vulnerabilities, and adopt security best practices throughout the development cycle. Open-source tools offer a wide range of features and functionality, constantly evolving with contributions from a vibrant developer community. Cybersecurity in development doesn’t have to be tied to high software costs, allowing any person or company to make their software more secure. By the end of the talk, you’ll have the knowledge and experience to build a hardened SDLC with open-source tools. You’ll be able to develop software applications that are secure, scalable, and resilient, strengthening your organization’s overall security posture. Don’t miss out on this transformative opportunity to unlock the potential of open-source tools in your SDLC. Join us for an engaging talk that will empower you to build a stronger, more secure software ecosystem. All information will be posted on for use and improvement by the community on the day of the presentation.

Antonio "Specter" Juanilla
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