Join Snyk in bringing together the world’s strongest community of DevSecOps thinkers, practitioners and leaders
SnykCon is a free 2-day multi-track event designed to bring together Snyk customers, Snyk users and the global DevSecOps community.
From industry leadership discussions, to technical workshops, to Snyk product updates and roadmap insight, you'll walk away with a great virtual learning experience and a member of the world's strongest community of DevSecOps thinkers, practitioners and market leaders.
Welcome to the SnykCon’s Call for Presentations! CFP's always get us excited because they give us the opportunity to learn from the successes and challenges of the community and the community the opportunity to share their great ideas..
From bleeding edge to tried and true
Ideas can come in all forms: a good story about something you and your organisation learned, a new, exciting technology that has had an impact on the way you and your team work together, novel ways of using tools and creative approaches your team uses to improve your process. As our industry is moving at such a rapid pace it is not only important to look at what’s new but also to give credit to long-held practices that drive team efficiencies and growth. This allows for both newcomers to the field to level up and for more seasoned practitioners to be reminded of the importance of what we do.
At Snyk one of our values is to be "ridiculously" easy to work with. We want to make the process of submitting as easy as possible for you. Don't worry if this your first time, we understand how scary this seems, we are there with you along the way. Now let's give you some more context so you get a better grasp on what we are looking for SnykCon's CFP.
While you send us your proposal, we want you to think about the theme: "Secure together". Just as DevSecOps is about a better collaboration across teams, can you highlight in your proposal how you helped others to become more secure? What value did you bring? It's all too easy to say what others should do, but what did you do to build up the relationship?
We’ve learned so much about how teams can be Secure Together from Snyk customers and speakers at past DevSecCon events. Based on our learnings from the community, there are five key themes that we see as crucial to how teams can work together to make DevSecOps a reality in their organizations. Where does your story fit in?
Dealing with Security in the SDLC comes in many forms. Using the following tracks we want to scope the conversations around specific areas:
Obviously the examples given are merely suggestions, we know you have other insights we don't know yet, so we want to hear them!