What does life after GDPR look like for Software Testing?
Corecom Consulting is delighted to announce the forthcoming tech webinar: Life after GDPR for Software Testing on Thursday 20 September 2018 from 10.30 – 11.30am.
The webinar will be hosted by Data Protection Officer (DPO) and Security Consultant, Saskia Coplans, and experienced penetration tester and ethical hacker, Jahmel Harris. They are both founders of Digital Interruption; a consultancy who embed security into organisations.
They will be offering practical advice on what to do next, what the regulators are saying, the new Data Protection Act (2018) and how scanning and pen testing can help evidence compliance.
The webinar will digest GDPR information available online and is set to gather plenty of interest from Software Testers and experienced leaders within Software Test Management. Saiskia explains:
“With this webinar we aim to answer questions that relate to testing and the testing environment. We have reviewed the regulations and guidance and created scenarios that we hope will help you better understand how to approach your continuing responsibilities under the GDPR.
For testers we will discuss what effect the GDPR has on testing and how security testing can be incorporated in to the development and testing pipeline. We will cover elements of DevSecOps and how left shift testing can support the inclusion of security by design and default when developing and testing software.
For testing Mangers we will explain, not only that security is something that now needs to be considered, but we will also discuss the implications of testing in production. We signpost tools and techniques that both testers and test managers can use to support this shift.”
Want to join the conversation?
Both testers and testing managers will leave with a better understanding of how they can embed security by design and default in to the development pipeline and how they can use the process to support their overall compliance. Register here for ‘Life after GDPR for Software Testing’ on Thursday 20 September at 10.30am.