By WalkingTree   November 18,  2020

How to align security with your DevOps framework

A few years back, CI/CD and DevOps were in full mainstream, organizations were able to deploy 30x more frequently with 200x shorter lead times. Guess what? It is even faster now. And the best way to keep with the security is by embedding security into DevOps throughout SDLC and eventually making it DevSecOps. The way to do that is with a combination of improved security culture and automated tools. Let’s take a closer look at how you can really keep up with security.

Responsibility of security – In the case of DevSecOps security has to be everybody’s responsibility, not everybody has to be a security expert. Use tools which come with security checkers, it’ll enable team members to catch security defects easily.

Achieve software assurance – The main goal of embedding security testing into DevOps is software assurance. But no software is entirely free of vulnerabilities, so another key to software assurance is to set priorities i.e to find and fix defects that are most likely to be exploited by attackers.

Choose the right security tools – The key for DevSecOps teams to use automated software vulnerability scanning. Try to choose the right security tools that cover the entire SDLC. Some of the tools include Tinfoil, Seeker, Black Duck, and many more.

Read on to know more about DevOps and how you can maintain security.


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