Webinar: How to Make Security and Development Work as One

You have probably heard about DevOps, right?
What about DevSecOps?

The IT area updates every day, its terms and methods evolve, and what needs to be at every step is security. The integration of teams and tactics may not be so simple, since it involves many agents and makes it difficult to manage passwords and access keys.

It’s important to understand that security does not enter as one more step in the application development and operations process, but rather as an essential protective layer for the control of the responsible teams, for the proper functioning of the products, and for the credibility of the company. See how it joins in: 

In this webinar, you will have the chance to understand about:

The concepts and practices of DevOps and DevSecOps;

How to manage access to corporate system secrets (API keys, credentials and digital certificates);

Tools that give transparency to the regime through reports and dashboards.


Pawel Piwosz

DevOps in Agile way | AWS Community Builder | DevOps Institute Ambassador

  • DevOps Institute Ambassador.
  • AWS Community Builder.
  • Detail and business-oriented IT specialist, with knowledge of wide systems functioning, and long experience.
  • Scrum Master.
  • Follower of DevOps method in Agile way.
  • Speaker and trainer.
Photo David Muniz

David Muniz

Cyber Security Specialist – senhasegura.

David is a Project Management Specialist from Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) and Bachelor of Computer Science from the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA).

More than 10 years of experience in Brazil and Europe, he has been working at senhasegura since 2017, helping companies of various segments and sizes to address numerous aspects in cybersecurity, especially those related to Privileged Access Management (PAM).


Filipi Pires

Cybersecurity Advocate – senhasegura

Filipi breathes cybersecurity. Works as a security engineer, security researcher, security advocate and security instructor.

In addition to being a speaker and creator of the ‘Malware Attack Types with Kill Chain Methodology’ (PentestMagazine) and ‘Malware Analysis – Fundamentals (HackerSec)’ courses.