CAST Talks AppSec, Compliance and Digital Transformation at Matinée CIO


For the 9th edition of the Matinée CIO Conference taking place December 1st in Paris, CAST is considering new application measurement methods for Systems Integrator Agility, GDPR Compliance, Securing DevOps, Cloud Migration, Building Security into the Software Development Lifecycle and Software Certification.

Approximately 150 business decision-makers from the CAC 40, software developers, consulting firms, system integrators and others will come together to discuss the implications of software measurement at the heart of digital transformation.

This year, attorney of Court of Appeal of Paris, Alain Bensoussan, an expert in the law of innovative technologies in computer science and communication as well as international and European law, will be presenting an introduction of both technical and legal implications of a growing software ecosystem. He will also touch on the impact of new regulations in terms of CIO responsibility and how to control application security.

Additional speakers and CIOs will present the processes and solutions they have established to address these issues, in addition to how software analysis from CAST can help. They will describe use cases, their approach, perspective, methodology and organization, the difficulties encountered, the benefits they obtained and how they were measured along with future goals.

Growing software complexity linked to new architectures, existing technical debt and the need to connect with open systems pose challenges for SIs, hence the need to fallback on tools that give control, warn of software risks and help to meet regulatory obligations.

CAST will also present its latest innovations in software agility measurement, application security by design, GDPR/RGDP compliance, cloud migration roadmapping, software certifications, technical risk assessment and the cost of DevOps.

CAST partners including IBM, TNP Consultants and Microsoft will also present on the benefits artificial intelligence and machine learning offer in terms of software engineering and CAST analytics.

For more information or to register for the event, please visit

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