Moving from DevSecOps to SecDevOps


Moving from DevSecOps to SecDevOps:
Reducing Risk, Streamlining Processes and Driving Productivity


15TH JUNE 2021 | 2PM (BST)

Free to Attend

Register Your Place Today


Panel Discussion

Expert Speakers

And Live Participants

45 mins


Live Webinar

Video Feed

About the Webinar

In 2020 we saw IT budgets plummet , however it is predicted that 2021 is going to be a bumper year for IT investment, with Gartner predicting that spending will hit $3.9 trillion this year, a 6.2% increase on 2020.

For many organisations, the cloud makes big promises to enable teams to move at speed, scale and agility. The reality is that operational challenges take over, especially when it comes to cloud security when managing visibility and compliance at scale. Are organisations being forced to make a choice between operating securely vs. shipping code at rapid speed and what does that mean for DevOps and CISOs?

Whether your business was born in the cloud, has migrated, or is still in the process, the benefits of taking an automated approach to cloud security are countless.


Approaches for using cloud-based resources safely – moving sensitive workloads out of legacy data centres.

Examining the benefits of taking an automated approach to cloud security.

Agile and automated security – operating at the speed of Cloud and DevOps

Reducing risk in the cloud – what you haven’t considered.

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsor




Ryan Sheldrake


Cheryl Razzell

VP of Engineering

Ilkka Turunen

 Field CTO

Duncan MacRae (Moderator)

Editor in Chief
TechForge Media

Speaker Profiles

Ryan Sheldrake has 20+ years experience working in many roles within IT, ranging from Operator, Tech Support to Architect. A multi cloud advocate and early adopter of AWS, he now specialises in the Security and DevSecOps realms. Ryan has built hundreds of DevOps pipelines as a consultant and coached many Architects through the tools elements of digital transformation. Ryan is a DevOps ambassador with the DevOps Institute where he regularly contributes to e-books, webinars and focuses on the human and cultural side of DevOps. Outside of work, Ryan is a fitness fanatic. Running, indoor climbing, mountain biking. He can be found in the Great Yorkshire Forest when not at his desk.

Cheryl Razzell is a world-class technical leader with over 20+ years of experience in driving business value via technology. A seasoned public speaker, a digital disruptor, and a mentor & advocate for women in tech, Cheryl helps organisations implement a DevOps working practice. Able to drive business change management and business transformation agendas, Cheryl delivers digital service transition, ‘best in class’ technical services, technology upgrades & systems migration. She’s also an experienced departmental leader, able to engage with business stakeholders, executives and 3rd parties to drive ambitious technology strategies & roadmaps, aligned to core business needs.
Across her career, she’s brought her energy and expertise to companies like Apple, BBC, News International, and Yammer (later sold to Microsoft for $1.2BN). Now, she’s the VP of Engineering at Polystream – a cloud-technology company powering a new era of cloud-native experiences.

Ilkka Turunen is the Field CTO at Sonatype. His background is in software and systems engineering, acting as an architect for several commercial projects. He’s helped define everything from the software design to webscale infrastructure architectures and regularly works with companies across the world to understand and improve their software supply chain and continuous delivery pipelines.

Duncan MacRae is an award winning editor with more than 20 years experience in journalism. Having launched his tech journalism career as editor of Arabian Computer News in Dubai, he has since edited an array of tech and digital marketing publications, including Computer Business Review, TechWeekEurope, Figaro Digital, Digit and Marketing Gazette.

Your Roundtable Host

Your roundtable will be independently hosted and moderated by James Bourne, Editor in Chief at TechForge Media.

James is a renowned technology journalist and raconteur. In his role as editor in chief of TechForge Media, he oversees content creation across a series of nine technology and business publications. James was named as one of the top 20 UK technology influencers by Tyto, 2019


Host your own webinar

Interested in hosting your own webinar with TechForge? We’d love to hear from you, get in touch with the team via:


join the discussion

If you would like to participate in this webinar and join the expert panel please contact Vicky Matthews to discuss.

Media Partners

Logo:Example Partner
Logo:Example Partner