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Synack has conducted crowdsourced pentesting on over 20 government agencies since kicking off its first programs at Hack the Pentagon and IRS 4 years ago. If there is anything we’ve learned from these engagements over the last 4 years, it’s that the most effective and efficient tests include stakeholders from various departments well beyond the security team. Synack provides a high level of control through a secure VPN gateway for testing, strict confidentiality, and the ability to stop testing at any time — all strong selling points for other internal stakeholders. Synack held its User Group & Speakeasy as a way to consult with various groups that interact with Synack’s products and provide some fun time to let loose for the adventurous bartender in all of us!
During the event, a CISO from a government agency spoke alongside Jeremiah Roe, a Synack Solutions Architect. Together they shared a number of high level insights regarding the importance of security teams working closely with development and operations teams specifically when it comes to pentesting. We put our own spin on how crowdsourced pentesting technology has been critical to that DevSecOps journey by providing not just vulnerabilities, but remediation guidance and a re-test capability. 
7 Best Practices for DevSecOps
We hope these principles and list of best practices demonstrate how a crowdsourced pentest can be seamlessly integrated into your DevSecOps strategy. 
4 Drinks Recipes from the “Speakeasy” Component of the Meeting 
As a bonus, we wanted to include some drink recipes from our Government User Group & Speakeasy session. Tiffany Mai Tran, a bartender at the infamous Ice House in Minneapolis was kind enough to do a cocktail making class to help take the edge off at the end of our Government User Group & Speakeasy.
Tiffany Mai Tran
Bartender, Ice House
Tools we used:
Shaker tin
Bar spoon
Stir glass
Y peeler 
DDoS Daiquiri
1.5 oz White rum
3/4 oz Agave or simple syrup
3/4 oz Lime juice
Trusted Old Fashioned 
2oz Whiskey
1/4oz maple syrup
Couple drops or 1/4 tsp of vanilla extract 
7-10 dashes Angostura bitters 
Orange peel (garnish)
White Hat Negroni
1 1/2oz Gin
3/4 oz Suze 
1oz Dry Vermouth 
Lemon peel or twist (garnish) 
Synack Gin Thyme Gimlet
1 1/2oz Gin
3/4oz Lime juice
3/4oz Agave or simple syrup
Thyme (garnish)
Simple Syrup  
Equal parts water and sugar
Something for the adventurous bartender:
Make the simple syrup and add fresh herbs while still hot to infuse. Rosemary, ginger, and mint are favorites to make. You can store them in glass mason jars in the fridge or these bottles . Infused simple syrups can last in the fridge about 10-14 days
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