While chief information officers (CIOs) and leaders understand early testing is key to cost control and risk reduction, few teams are practicing secure DevOps in a way that meaningfully reduces risks.
SecDevOps requires an organizationwide cultural shift that holds everyone responsible for security and redefines the development team's role in properly securing applications from the start.
As organizations prepare for GDPR in 2018, SecOps and cognitive technology will play crucial roles in helping to ensure improved security without compromising agility.
Unlike the waterfall and agile approaches to development, SecDevOps requires security to be built into projects from the outset, not bolted on afterward.
A SecDevOps cycle can help companies accelerate the development process, reduce code vulnerabilities and bridge the gap between agility and security.
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When installing a microservices architecture, SecDevOps teams must understand the threat vectors and how they affect the company's compliance stature.
Over the past 18 months, SecOps gained popularity in the developer and consumer communities as cybercriminals increasingly targeted cloud delivery models.
DevOps and SaaS, by nature, are circular processes of planning, developing and operating, which allows teams to constantly improve the related security.