Secure and efficient app development? How Snyk makes both possible

On-Demand Webcast|1 hour

It’s more important than ever for apps to remain secure through their entire development lifecycle – but without impacting dev teams’ ability to innovate with efficiency. Fortunately, these two goals don’t have to contradict each other – and one way to balance these two needs is to approach security from a dev point of view. 

This live demo will demonstrate how Snyk’s cloud native application security platform is designed to work like a developer tool, all while enabling one continuous feedback loop between dev and security personnel.
This makes it easy to not only find security issues in your code, open source dependencies, containers, and infrastructure as code, but also fix them quickly. This webcast will demonstrate why millions of developers choose to use Snyk to build securely. You'll learn: 

  • How developers can secure proprietary code, open source libraries, container images, and infrastructure-as-code deployments 
  • How to utilize automatic pull requests in a matter of seconds 
  • How security teams can manage visibility throughout the software development life cycle


Bradley Barth
Director of Community Content
CyberRisk Alliance

As director of multimedia content strategy at CyberRisk Alliance, Bradley Barth develops content for online conferences, webcasts, podcasts video/multimedia projects — often serving as moderator or host. For nearly six years, he wrote and reported for SC Media as deputy editor and, before that, senior reporter. He was previously a program executive with the tech-focused PR firm Voxus. Past journalistic experience includes stints as business editor at Executive Technology, a staff writer at New York Sportscene and a freelance journalist covering travel and entertainment. In his spare time, Bradley also writes screenplays.

Jim Armstrong
Senior Director, Product Marketing

Jim Armstrong started his career doing traditional IT security at McAfee, in the days when servers were physical and you still had to screw in network plugs to the back of your computer. As virtual machines took over the world Jim joined VMware, and helped make servers, networks and storage software-defined. Then this cool little tool called Docker started popping up everywhere and he realized containers were going to change the world again, and he was lucky enough to join Docker and be part of that revolution. These days, Jim is taking what he has learned at all of his prior stops and helping people securely develop, build, and run their applications at Snyk.