Sean Siford

Senior Software Engineer, UK Hydrographic Office

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Sean Siford Daily Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
ST-2
9:00 - 10:00
Threat Modeling Training (Thu)
Larch room
AM-1
10:30 - 12:30
ZAP working session - automation
Portland room
Time slot over-subscribed
State and future of threat modeling
Larch room
Dealing with DevSecOps Findings
Maulden room
Towards a unified way of describing threat models
Larch room
Real world Chaos Engineering
Montague room
PM-1
13:30 - 15:00
Introduction to Wardley Maps
Portland room
ZAP working session - the HUD
Portland room
Secrets Management
Maulden room
Writing security tests to confirm vulnerabilities and fixes
Pedley room
Customising the Chaos Engineering Toolkit
Maulden room
PM-2
15:30 - 16:30
Lightweight privacy threat modeling using LINDDUN
Larch room
TM maturity
Larch room
Dealing with DevSecOps Findings
Maulden room
Securing the CI Pipeline
Maulden room
PM-3
16:30 - 18:00
Hand's on Wardley Maps creation
Portland room
Threat Model Cookbook Project (Part 1)
Larch room
Dealing with DevSecOps Findings
Maulden room
Securing the CI Pipeline
Maulden room

Participating sessions details

Title Description type When Time Acting as
Introduction to Wardley Maps New to Wardley maps? This session is for you working-session Mon PM-1 participant
Hand's on Wardley Maps creation Want to have a go at creating your own Wardley maps? This training session will give you hands on experience in creating maps for multiple scenarios, with experienced practitioners on hand to guide and help you. working-session Mon PM-3 participant
Towards a unified way of describing threat models A presentation and discussion of a new language to describe a threat model working-session Thu AM-1 participant
Secrets Management Secrets Management in a DevSecOps world working-session Wed PM-1 participant
Writing security tests to confirm vulnerabilities and fixes Hands on session writing security tests user-session Thu PM-1 participant
Securing the CI Pipeline Secure the CI/CD pipeline working-session Thu PM-2,PM-3 participant
State and future of threat modeling What is the current state of TM and where do we need to go? working-session Wed AM-1 participant
Customising the Chaos Engineering Toolkit Practical Guide to Extending the Chaos Toolkit for DevSecOps concerns. working-session Fri PM-1 participant
Real world Chaos Engineering An exploration and working session to characterise, explore and implement real-world DevSecOps chaos experiments. working-session Fri AM-1 participant
Lightweight privacy threat modeling using LINDDUN Lightweight privacy threat modeling using LINDDUN working-session Mon PM-2 participant
ZAP working session - the HUD Working session on the ZAP HUD working-session Tue PM-1 participant
ZAP working session - automation Working session on ZAP automation working-session Tue AM-1 participant
TM maturity How do we measure the maturity of TM working-session Tue PM-2 participant
Threat Model Cookbook Project (Part 1) Kick off of the OWASP Threat Model Cookbook Project working-session Tue PM-3 participant
Dealing with DevSecOps Findings How to deal with the security findings in an appsec pipeline and drive continuous improvement of the testing policies working-session Wed AM-1,PM-2,PM-3 participant
Threat Modeling Training (Thu) Training Threat Modeling (1st session) working-session Thu ST-2 participant

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