Managing Open Source Security in Your Organisation with DevSecOps

Cyber Security
21 Mar 2024 07.30 PM - 08.30 PM Virtual Alumni
Organised by:
NTU Office of Alumni Engagement

Elevate your understanding of securing open-source software through the Development, Security and Operations (DevSecOps) framework. Join us for an engaging and informative session and equip yourself with actionable insights for effective security management in software development.

This webinar is suitable for IT professionals and those who are keen to learn the basics of IT security. Session highlights:

  • Learn some of the DevSecOps challenges that organisations are facing today.
  • Understand the importance of DevSecOps training and the risks of having inadequate DevSecOps skills within your organisation.
  • Explore the dangers and opportunities of Open Source Security and learn how to manage the associated risks.

Discover best practices, cutting-edge tools, and methodologies that empower organisations to fortify their software against potential threats. Gain invaluable insights into managing security risks within open-source environments and learn practical approaches to enhance your DevSecOps practices. 


Professor Liu Yang
Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering
University Leadership Forum Chair in Computer Science and Engineering
Executive Director for Cyber Research Programme Office (CRPO), Cyber Research Programme Office (CRPO)

Dr Liu Yang is currently a full professor, director of the cybersecurity lab, Program Director of HP-NTU Corporate Lab and Deputy Director of the National Satellite of Excellence of Singapore. In 2019, he received the University Leadership Forum Chair professorship at NTU.

Dr Liu specializes in software verification, security and software engineering. His research has bridged the gap between the theory and practical usage of formal methods and program analysis to evaluate the design and implementation of software for high assurance and security. By now, he has more than 300 publications in top-tier conferences and journals. He has received several prestigious awards including the MSRA Fellowship, TRF Fellowship, Nanyang Assistant Professor, Tan Chin Tuan Fellowship, Nanyang Research Award (Young Investigator) 2018, NRF Investigatorship 2020 and 10 Best Paper awards and one most influence system award in top software engineering conferences like ASE, FSE and ICSE.

A leading expert in the field, he will talk about the complexities and strategies involved in integrating security seamlessly into the software development lifecycle during the webinar. 

Organised by the NTU Office of Alumni Engagement in partnership with the NTU Centre for Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE@NTU).