Want to be part of the DevSecOps Handbook?

The word is out, at RSA this week Shannon Lietz (@devsecops), James Wickett (@wickett), John Willis (@botchagalupe), and myself (Ernest Mueller, @ernestmueller) did a panel on our upcoming book, the DevSecOps Handbook.  We’re still writing it, and we want to make you a part of it!

Like the DevOps Handbook, also from IT Revolution Press, the heart of the book is case studies from practitioners like you.  Have you done something DevSecOpsey – adapted the culture of infosec/appsec to work better with your product teams, added security testing to your CI pipeline, added instrumentation and feedback loops for your security work, or other security-as-code kind of work?  Well, we want to hear from you!

We are interested in successes and failures, in both advanced implementation and people taking their first step – others will benefit from your experience in any of these cases.  You can be hardcore security dipping your toes into devops, hardcore dev or ops dipping into security, or someone getting started on the whole ball of wax. Don’t worry, we’re not asking you to write anything, we can interview you and do all the heavy lifting. Not sure if your company will sign off?  We can anonymize it, or if it’s been published publicly as conference proceedings or whatnot then journalism rules apply, we’ll just cite prior work.

To contact us, email book@devsecops.org or go to devsecops.org and fill out the form there. Or if you already know one of us, ping your favorite!

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