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Security as Part of DevOps and Development With Jason Schmitt

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Security as Part of DevOps and Development With Jason Schmitt

In this conversation with Mark Miller of Sonatype, Jason Schmitt, vice president and general manager of HPE, talks about the value OWASP provides to the security community as well as what he perceives as a critical time for the integration between DevOps and security.

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Learn how integrating security into DevOps to deliver "DevSecOps" requires changing mindsets, processes and technology.

Jason Schmitt‘s passion is to assure security is built into the development process, not just as a bolt-on add-on. His experience in various aspects of software security has led him on a path through mobile, application and cloud security.

In our conversation, Jason talks about the value OWASP provides to the security community as well as what he perceives as a critical time for the integration between DevOps and security.

Jason Schmitt is vice president and general manager of HPE Security Products, Fortify for Hewlett Packard Enterprise. He is responsible for driving the growth of Fortify’s software security business and managing all operational functions within the group. Schmitt has extensive experience in product management, development and marketing for all types of web and security technologies. His expertise ranges from cloud-based secure web gateways, to application security and mobile security consulting services, to network-based video surveillance.

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