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Enterprise DevSecOps: Security’s Role In DevOps

Source:- securityboulevard.com As mentioned in an earlier section, DevOps is not all about tools and technology, but much of its success is how people work within this model. We have already gone into great detail about tools and process, and we approached much of the content from the perspective of security practitioners getting onboard with Devops. And since this paper is more geared towards helping security folks, here we outline their role in a DevOps environment. We hope this summation

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Trend Micro Partners With Snyk to Advance DevSecOps

Source:- devops.com Snyk provides a tool that identifies and fixes vulnerabilities and license violations in open source dependencies and container images. Trend Micro COO Kevin Simzer said his company leverages the alerts generated by Snyk to inform developers and cybersecurity professionals where virtual patches need to be applied. Virtual patches are a capability Trend Micro developed to enable IT organizations to address a vulnerability by applying a security policy that limits access to a specific piece of code until a

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ESG Survey Sees Long DevSecOps Road Ahead

Source:- devops.com A study published by Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) in collaboration with Data Theorem, a provider of tools for securing application programming interfaces (APIs) and mobile applications, finds that while a lot of progress has been made in terms of adopting DevSecOps, most organizations still have a very long road ahead before they can claim DevSecOps practices have been implemented consistently across the organization. Based on a survey of 371 IT and cybersecurity professionals at organizations in North America, the ESG

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Success in DevOps adoption can boost security, research finds

Source:-ciodive.comPuppet research found companies that integrate security into the software development lifecycle are “twice as confident in their security posture.” The DevOps lifecycle is rife with tension.  Development, operations and security have missions and the key is aligning all those causes.  Developers cringe when security enters the room because of the limits that come with security controls. But security isn’t on duty to take the life out of the party; its goal is to make sure no one spikes the punch.   So

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DevOps Needs Collaboration and a Safe Place for Success

Source:-devops.comWhen it comes to DevOps adoption, “[many organizations] tell a similar story,” said Scott Van Kalken, systems engineer at F5 Networks. It takes more time and effort to develop the right culture than you probably expect. Van Kalken has a long history in tech, including development and operations roles, and has spent several years practicing DevOps. He is part of the open source and meetup communities, and organizes some of the largest DevOps events in Australia. “DevOps typically starts in a corner

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Portshift Moves to Secure Microservices

Source:-containerjournal.com Portshift this week added a Policy Advisor control interface that enables organizations to identify the most efficient and secure connections that can be made between microservices based on containers. Zohar Kaufman, vice president of research and development for Portshift, says the extension to a platform that enables organizations to create a zero-trust application environment by assigning identities to applications also makes the Portshift Cloud Workload Protection Platform applicable to emerging cloud-native applications. Any communication between microservices that is not specifically allowed

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DevSecOps Becomes a Higher Cloud-Native Priority

Source:-devops.com At the Cloud Native Security Summit, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) today revealed the results of a survey of 600 senior IT leaders that finds organizations are looking at DevSecOps as a way to address the complexities of managing and securing cloud-native applications. According to the survey results, 43% of respondents said their biggest challenge with cloud-native applications is maintaining consistency across disparate infrastructures. As a result, the same number of respondents said DevSecOps automation as their highest cloud security priority. Commissioned by

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Transitioning from DevOps to DevSecOps

Source:- securityboulevard.com Introduction DevOps is essentially the combination of software development and IT operations, and it is found in many enterprise environments. DevOps initially started as a process that fostered an agile type of relationship between developers and IT operations teams. This led to much more rapid development and deployment times and facilitated better communication between different departments within the organization. DevOps helped developers to better understand the operational requirements of the organization while letting the operations side see how

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Five steps to integrating DevSecOps in the enterprise

Source:-itproportal.com Implement DevSecops in your enterprise organisation in five easy steps. Once a long-established organisation prided itself on adopting DevOps for their application delivery practices and rolling out features at a rapid pace serving customers across the globe. Yet it needed to improve its security landscape for application and application infrastructure. Its traditional methods of high-level security and testing failed. As they started to implement DevSecOps, they understood it’s difficult to implement changes in large enterprises. The above scenario is

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The Keys for Successful DevSecOps

Source: forbes.com Organizations of all sizes and across all industries have embraced DevOps culture and practices. DevOps provides a variety of benefits that help accelerate development and deployment of applications, but it’s also important not to let security slip in the process. DevSecOps has arisen in the wake of DevOps as an initiative to ensure security has a seat at the table and that the code developed out of DevOps principles is secure. While I was at the Black Hat

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