SIG Commit – Spring 2022
9:00 – 10:00 am EDT / 15:00 – 16:00 CEST
Registration is now closed, but fill in the form below to get the session replays after the event wraps up.
In this 1-hour session you’ll get:
- live product demos to highlight the new features
- practical examples and guidance on how to best use it
- exclusive info on upcoming releases
- enough opportunity to interact during or after the event with our experts
On the agenda:
// Sigrid Product Roadmap & New Releases
We will look at Sigrid’s present and future. Dennis Bijlsma, Head of Product, first briefly revisit the key features that have been released since the last SIG Commit, and shares client success stories on how people are using those features in their benefit to improve their software. We then will look at what’s next on our roadmap, and how can you get involved in piloting those ideas.
Don’t miss out, because Tibor Lapikas, Proposition Manager, will reveal our latest cool Sigrid features!
// 30-min Demo sessions in parallel:
Choose the session with the best fit for your business needs and join the conversation.
#1: Shift left with portfolio-level security scanning – with Rob van der Veer, Senior Principal Consultant
In this session, we’ll show you how you can make sure security is built into your entire software portfolio, without the headache. To allow this, Sigrid offers seamless tool integration, dashboards and code findings that are traceable and actionable – basically ‘shift left in a box’.
#2: How to bridge the gap between security specialists and developers with Sigrid? – with Hugo Schoonewille, Presales Solution Consultant
How do you govern, monitor and implement security measures? Security specialists create, coordinate, and evaluate security programs while developers need to implement them accordingly. In this session, we will discuss how to bridge this gap using Sigrid’s Security-module to coach and efficiently work together using it as the single source of truth.
#3: SIG as a partner for successful BizDevSecOps – with Michel van Dorp, VP Strategic Partnerships Worldwide
Security requirements are often seen as the enemy. They exist separately from your functional roadmap, your development teams are not entirely sure how they’re supposed to interpret the security requirements, and you live in fear of a security officer showing up at the last minute and preventing your project from going into production.
But things don’t have to be this way. In this session for partners and enterprise clients, you will learn about BizDevSecOps: merge your functional and security requirements into clear instructions, work together to realize them, integrate this way of working in your process using automation, and have a clear and convenient way to monitor compliance along the way.