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DevSecOps Days Tokyo

DevSecOps Days made its debut in Tokyo with over 1500 practitioners. If you missed it you can find the recordings here in both Japanese and English.

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Tokyo Skyline

Tokyo Bridge


06 October 2020

DevSecOps Days Tokyo

 The first local event in Japan.


04 October 8:00 PM 8:15 PM Mark Miller Opening Remarks
  8:15 PM 11:00 PM Hasan Yasar Demo Session: DevSecOps Process & Implementation
05 October 8:00 PM 8:05 PM Yusuke Nirahara Welcome Note & Logistics
  8:05 PM 8:15 PM Dr. Hideto Tomabechi Opening Remarks
  8:15 PM 9:00 PM Nicolas Chaillan Key Note: How did the Department of Defense move to Kubernetes and Istio?
  9:00 PM 9:25 PM Jason Turse Core Values and Customer Focused Delivery: DevOps in Special Operations
  9:25 PM 9:50 PM Mark Miller Slouching Towards DevSecOps: Incremental Growth and Transformation
  9:50 PM 10:15 PM Linton Wells II Cyber Resilience and DevSecOps in an Age of Accelerating Change
  10:15 PM 10:40 PM Michelle Watson 5G What is it & What are the National and Economic Security Risks?
  10:40 PM 11:05 PM Joe Saunders Building Security into your CI/CD Pipelines
  11:05 PM 11:30 PM Yusuke Nirahara Cyber Threats of AI/ML and Japanized way of DevSecOps Implementation
  11:30 PM 12:00 AM Lunch Break  
  12:00 AM 12:45 AM Hasan Yasar Key Note: 5 Common Challenges to Implement DevSecOps Successfully
  12:45 AM 1:10 AM Ren Kimura Coming Soon
  1:10 AM 1:35 AM Evan Dornbush Coming Soon
  1:35 AM 2:00 AM Keisuke Tsukagoshi Enabling DevSecOps with Google Cloud and k8s
  2:00 AM 2:25 AM Shigeya Tanabe Baking Cupcakes : Experiments in DevSecOps
  2:25 AM 2:50 AM Cameron Townshend
The Do’s and Don’ts of Open Source Software Composition Analysis (SCA)
  2:50 AM 3:20 AM Break  
  3:20 AM 3:50 AM Q&A Session Yusuke Nirahara & other JP speakers available
  3:50 AM 4:15 AM Saburo Yukawa DevSecOps by AI/Analytics Service Company: What's done & What to be done
  4:15 AM 4:40 AM Shingo Kitayama What should Container secuirty be like? Tips from RedHat's experiences
  4:40 AM 4:55 AM Joshua Walker Closing Remarks


Yes, DevSecOps is Real. Real Practitioners. Real Stories. Real Outcomes.

Shingo Kitayama

Cloud Solution Architect / OpenShift Architect

Linton Wells

Executive Adviser, Special Adviser
George Mason University, Resilience Japan

Hideto Tomabechi

Fellow, CyLab, Carnegie Mellon University
Visiting Professor, Center of Excellence in C4I&Cyber, George Mason University
Chairman, Resilience Japan, LLC.
Chairman, Cognitive Research Labs, Inc. 

Joshua Walker

President & CEO
Japan Society

Saburo Yukawa

Group Manager, Engineering Group

Cameron Townshend

Lead Solution Architect, APJ

Shigeya Tanabe

Enterprise Sales Engineer
Datadog Japan

Keisuke Tsukagoshi

Application Platform Specialist
Google Cloud Japan

Yusuke Nirahara

Vice President & COO, Resilience Japan
Managing Director, HRD
Managing Director, Profiles

Ren Kimura

Founder, CEO
Ricerca Security

Michelle Watson

Founder, President & CEO
Cyber Intelligence Partners

Joe Saunders

Founder, CEO
RunSafe Security

Evan Dornbush

Founder, CEO
Point3 Security

Jason Turse

82nd Meridian Group

Nicolas M. Chaillan

Chief Software Officer
US Air Force 

Hasan Yasar

Technical Director, Software Engineering Institute
Carnegie Mellon University

Mark Miller

Co-Founder, All Day DevOps

Senior Storyteller, Sonatype

New York City

Sponsors and Community Partners

Japan Society (1)


Red Hat

Resilience Japan


Cognitive Research Labs

Google Cloud

Sonatype, global sponsor of DevSecOps Days