Wednesday, September 18TH, 2024

How Far Have You Shifted Left? Ensuring Security of All Software Including AI Models

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM CEST | Amsterdam, Netherlands

Event Overview

Security professionals know that a recall, retrofitting security, or the consequences of a breach of security or non-compliance will far outweigh the cost of getting software security right at the outset – whether Open Source, in-house developed or bought, conventional software or AI models. The regulatory burden continues to grow, along with penalties for non-compliance, from SBOMs to identify all components in your supply chain, to taking responsibility for AI models deployed under the EU AI Act, personal liability under NIS2, and back to supply chain with DORA. Yet the demand to accelerate launch times and eliminate friction has also never been greater.

So how do we deliver on the remit to launch our App or AI offering now, fast, securely, without any additional friction – fully aware that some in the organization will view implementing appropriate controls to reduce risk as a brake on innovation or launch times? Fortunately, there are ways to achieve this apparent contradiction, improving both our speed to market while simultaneously enhancing our security and ability to meet our compliance requirements. By adopting the right security-first approach using appropriate tooling the pain points can be automated, actually reducing launch times while creating an SBOM that ensures you know the provenance and vulnerabilities of any software or AI before it goes into production, with an inventory that facilitates reporting and patching.

DISCUSSION POINTS

  • What does “shift left” mean for your organization, and how is it being implemented across different types of software development?
  • How are organizations balancing the growing regulatory requirements with the need for rapid deployment?
  • What strategies have been effective in convincing stakeholders that security measures are not a hindrance but an enabler of innovation and timely launches?
  • What tools and technologies are being used to automate security processes and create comprehensive SBOMs?
  • What are the common challenges faced when implementing a security-first approach, and how have they been addressed?
  • What emerging trends in security and compliance should organizations be aware of?
  • How can different teams work together more effectively to ensure security is embedded from the outset?

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Moderator

Tony Morbin

Executive Editor

ISMG

Fred Simon

Co-Founder and Chief Data Scientist

JFrog

Speakers

In this roundtable join Fred Simon, Co-founder and Chief Data Scientist of event sponsor JFrog to discuss How Far Have You Shifted Left? Ensuring Security of All Software Including AI Models, from the outset. 

This session will be:

  • Chatham house rules
  • Peer driven
  • Pitch free

Subject matter expert

Fred Simon

Co-Founder and Chief Data Scientist

JFrog

Mr. Simon is one of co-founders of JFrog and has served as a member of the board of directors since April 2008 and numerous other roles including as the Chief Architect from April 2008 to August 2013, Chief Presale Engineer from August 2013 to July 2018, and most recently as Chief Data Scientist since January 2019. Prior to joining JFrog, Mr. Simon co-founded AlphaCSP where he was global Chief Technology Officer from September 1998 to September 2000 and main consultant for the Israel branch from October 2000 to July 2008.

Fred holds a first degree from Prytanée National Militaire de La Flèche in France and a Masters in Computer Science from École Centrale de Lille, France.
 

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Venue

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Venue to be announced.

Underwritten by

JFrog Ltd. (Nasdaq: FROG), is on a mission to create a world of software delivered without friction from developer to device. Driven by a “Liquid Software” vision, the JFrog Software Supply Chain Platform is a single system of record that powers organizations to build, manage, and distribute software quickly and securely, ensuring it is available, traceable, and tamper-proof. The integrated security features also help identify, protect, and remediate against threats and vulnerabilities. JFrog’s hybrid, universal, multi-cloud platform is available as both self-hosted and SaaS services across major cloud service providers. 

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