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Friday, February 22 • 2:30pm - 2:55pm
OPEN TALK: DevProject - reshift

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reshift is a software development tool that is designed to identify security vulnerabilities within the software development life cycle. Software developers are smart and passionate about building revolutionary products with the highest levels of quality. Unfortunately, sometimes development teams can become a bottleneck within the organization. A small group of people holds the responsibility of meeting the demands for feature requests, meeting schedule, continue shipping innovative products while supporting existing ones. They are inundated with requests from sales teams, marketing teams, product management teams, and even supply chain to produce deliverables. The growing trend is to further push cybersecurity and defensive programming into these already resource-constrained teams. reshift was designed with the developer workflow in mind, understanding the pain points of these teams to push out software as quickly as possible while keeping a high level of quality. reshift integrates with three of the major cloud repository providers, and provides seamless integration into a software project's build system. As the continuous integration framework builds a software project, reshift scans to determine if new vulnerabilities are added. reshift understands that security tools and static code analysis is not perfect, and over time learns, based on user actions, what types of vulnerabilities are actually true and which ones are false positives; this is achieved by applying machine learning to semantic analysis. reshift also is designed with tight integration with the development workflow and is proud to announce that it is one of the first products to integrate with Atlassian's v3 support for Jira Cloud.

Friday February 22, 2019 2:30pm - 2:55pm
West Hall EXPO Discovery Stage

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