The LAZARUS consortium is glad to organise this year's workshop "DevSecOps Research and Opportunities 2023" taking place on July 3, 2023 at Delft (Netherlands). The event, co-located with the "IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy", aims to attract innovative, high-quality research on secure software development (DevSecOps) practices.
DevSecOps Reference Design: A community driven effort to define a DevSecOps Reference Design best suited for the needs of the EU security research and innovation practionners.
This initiative, promoted by EARTO Security and Defence group is open to any interested organisation or individual (e.g., policy makers, end-users, researchers), primarily from the EU security research and innovation community. The more support from relevant and representative entities of the community and the more contributions from domain experts we obtain, the better it will be for the success of this initiative. Do you want to join or do you want to know more about this initiative? Just follow these simple steps:
- Download the form for volunteers (available here).
- Fill it in, and once done, send it before the end of February 2023 to:
- If you are appointed as a “section editor” you will be contacted by the document editors the week starting Monday February 27th.
- If you are appointed as a “contributor” you will be contacted by the section editors the week starting Monday March 6th.
All information is available in the following link.
The LAZARUS project aims at incorporating the latest machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques to improve security in all the stages of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
|With the aim to collect real-world information from the industry, practitioners and academia in the field of DevOps/DevSecOps, LAZARUS has created a quick on-line questionnaire that we need to spread in order to obtain as many answers as possible. If you have experience in software development, fill the questionnaire that is available in the following link: https://forms.gle/89aXvepD9gCWutyRA
The European Commission presented a proposal for a new Cyber Resilience Act to protect consumers and businesses from products with inadequate security features! Last September 15th, the Commission presented a proposal for a new Cyber Resilience Act to protect consumers and businesses from products with inadequate security features. A first ever EU-wide legislation of its kind, it introduces mandatory cybersecurity requirements for products with digital elements, throughout their whole lifecycle.
Amazing kick-off meeting with all our partners took place last Sept. 15 in Athens! LAZARUS is ready to bring automated security tools to the whole Software Development Life Cycle process!
Great news are coming soon!
It's official! LAZARUS_EU starts today a 3-year project aiming to revolutionize security in software development from technical, ethical, and legal perspectives.
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