Three Barriers to Growth for DevSecOps

Source:-cpomagazine.com In DevSecOps, like any emerging technology business model, there’s theory – and then there’s reality. No doubt, the theory is an intriguing one for companies looking for more secure DevOps implementations. The object with DevSecOps is to hold software development teams accountable for stronger system-wise data security. The strategy is to start at the beginning of the software development process and inject security measures into that process at the same pace and scale of more traditional DevOps frameworks. Of

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DevOps needs to morph into DevSecOps to close security threats in the cloud

Source:-techrepublic.com Everyone is having trouble keeping cloud deployments secure, according to a new report from Oracle and KPMG. The “Threat Report 2020: Addressing Security Configurations Amidst a State of Constant Change” found that 92% of IT professionals do not think their organization is well prepared to secure public cloud services. Two of the biggest security risks are admin accounts with too many privileges and poor management of cloud secrets, like keys, account credentials, and passwords. The report also found that:

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Why DevSecOps Is Critical for Containers and Kubernetes

Source:-darkreading.com DevSecOps is a big and sometimes difficult shift for organizations. The key to success? Take small steps. DevOps has enabled organizations to harness the automation and speed of deployment that cloud-native technologies such as containers and Kubernetes provide. However, if security is not tightly integrated into DevOps, organizations’ ability to take full advantage of the cloud-native model is severely diminished. If this sounds familiar, your company is at best getting less bang for its cloud-native buck and at worst

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DevSecOps Puts Security at the Heart of Program Development: SPONSORED

Source:-afcea.org Methodology builds cyber considerations into DOD programs from the beginning. The Department of Defense is rethinking how it approaches software and systems development in its technology programs by using more flexible methods to streamline the process and to improve cybersecurity from the start. Because traditional DOD program development processes don’t have the speed and flexibility to keep up with rapid technological changes or fast-paced modern adversaries, new methodologies are being considered. One approach gaining traction in many parts of

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One Identity Allies With HashiCorp to Advance DevSecOps

Source:-devops.com One Identity, a provider of identity management software, has aligned with HashiCorp to make it easier for DevOps teams to implement best DevSecOps practices. Tyler Reese, a senior product manager for One Identity, said via a plugin for HashiCorp Vault developers can now securely manage, monitor, record and audit privileged and administrative access to their vaulted tokens, passwords, certificates, application programming interface (API) keys and other secrets residing in the Safeguard privileged access management (PAM) platform from One Identity.

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Will the Pandemic Propel DevSecOps? Snyk Says Yes

Source:-sdxcentral.com Now is a great time to start a bug bounty program, says Guy Podjarny, founder and president of Snyk, a security startup that helps developers find vulnerabilities in open source code and Kubernetes-based applications. A lot of developers are working from home these days because of the COVID-19 pandemic. So why not pay them to find flaws in your software that you can fix before the hackers exploit these vulnerabilities to steal company data — or worse. “There’s actually

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Filling the Skills Gap for Effective DevSecOps

Source:-devops.com With the rise of DevSecOps comes a whole new need for training and upskilling. It isn’t a secret that the cybersecurity skills gap will only continue to grow. The security skills gap combined with the rise of DevSecOps has introduced hidden challenges organizations must address. The Rise of DevSecOps While DevOps accelerates agility and scalability of organizations, it may also expand risks of threats—particularly if security is an afterthought in an organization’s cloud strategy. In a recent survey, 52%

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Contrast Security Advances DevSecOps

Source:-securityboulevard.com Contrast Security this week added a Route Intelligence module to a Contrast Assess vulnerability assessment that automates the code scanning process. Surag Patel, chief strategy officer for Contrast Security, said Route Intelligence employs sensors in the form of lightweight agents to instrument applications so IT teams can more easily identify where vulnerabilities are located within code being developed. Those sensors allow the Contrast Assess platform to not only continuously assess applications for vulnerabilities as they are built and updated,

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DevSecOps Market Competitive Outlook | IBM, Splunk, Chef Software, Puppet, Amazon, CA Technologies, Qualys, and others

Source:-openpr.com DevSecOps Market report is a synopsis of the current status for ICT industry. It explains DevSecOps Market definition, classifications, applications, engagements, and market trends while focusing on the significant key players and key brands responsible for driving the DevSecOps Market by their joint ventures, mergers, product launches, and accusations. According to Infoholic Research, the global DevSecOps market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 33.7% during the forecast period 2020-2025. The rising security breaches, awareness about DevSecOps platforms,

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NetOps vs DevOps vs DevSecOps – What’s the Difference?

Source:-tripwire.com One thing I have noticed is that each industry comes up with their own terms and acronyms. Unfortunately, these inventions often vary depending on the person you speak to due to a lack of a governing body that decides on an exact definition. At times, acronyms can even overlap, causing further confusion. Therefore, when it comes to definitions, I always look to ask a variety of persons from across industries on how they would define certain terms. In fact,

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DevSecOps: 3 Mission-Critical Trends to Follow in 2020

Source:-insights.dice.com The twin trends of digital transformation projects and a growing reliance on cloud services are constantly pushing enterprises to develop, deploy and upgrade applications much faster… the better to keep up with competition and stay ahead of nimble upstarts looking for market share. Meanwhile, concerns over security continue to gain importance with corporate boards and executives, who increasingly weigh these risks when making business decisions. The clash between the two (faster application development while keeping code secure) is a

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What Is DevSecOps and How to Enable It on Your SDLC?

Source:-devops.com For the past three to four years, all the companies around the IT world have adopted agile and different application development methodologies that leverage the work for different departments or areas and helps them to develop new products and release new features to improve their processes and infrastructure. In this new Agile and DevOps world where everybody on a team is involved in the rapid-changing and evolution of their application, we are promoting accountability for everybody in terms of

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DevSecOps: A Renewed Commitment to Secure Delivery, Part 1

Source:-devops.com Security has never been as high a priority than it is today, as companies fear they’ll be the next headline, the next victim of a data breach. Executives also worry about applications meeting the high standards of compliance–either with global regulations such as GDPR, state-oriented privacy laws or the many specific ones covering finance, health care, energy and other industries. It’s a bit of a challenge introducing new tools and processes into a longstanding software development life cycle, even when

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DevSecOps Market know sizedustry Progresses for Huge Profits by 2023

Source:-statsflash.com In the recent times, a new trend is gaining popularity in the software development life cycle called DevSecOps. This technology bridges the gap between development, operations, and security teams to speed up the software development process through collaboration and communication among the teams. The goal of DevOps is to give more ownership to the development team for developing and monitoring applications. Security plays a key role by providing high-end security to the applications. “DevSecOps = DevOps + Security” The

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Synack: DevSecOps Being Accelerated by Cultural Shifts

Source:-devops.com The 2020 State of Compliance and Security Testing Report from cybersecurity testing platform vendor Synack claims that some of the world’s largest organizations are encountering a significant cultural shift within their development teams, and that bodes well for those seeking to build DevSecOps teams. For the report, Synack surveyed leaders from more than 300 organizations representing a number of industries and verticals, including technology, government, health care, information technology and financial services. Recent Posts By Frank Ohlhorst DevSecOps Requires

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DevSecOps Adoption and the Web Security Myth

Source:-devops.com As DevOps practices have become widespread in the tech community, many people have begun proclaiming the virtues of DevSecOps. As the name implies, DevSecOps is the addition of security into DevOps. Just as DevOps promises better-quality production in less time, DevSecOps promises better security with less time required to achieve and maintain it. DevSecOps has many benefits. However, many executives are under the impression they can’t embrace DevSecOps across their entire organization. This idea is false. Most organizations that

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DevSecOps: Aligning conflicting priorities to combine forces

Source:-cio.economictimes.indiatimes.com DevOps and security teams have historically been known to work in silos until the end of the development process, resulting in friction between both teams. This is because security is often an afterthought in a race to roll out products and services to market, not leaving enough time to address the potential vulnerabilities that may arise. The benefits of DevOps are undeniable – increased speed, rapid experimentation and continuous change are now guiding operating tenets to succeed in this competitive market.

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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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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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