Watch this episode of the "On The Road to DevSecOps" series to learn from a group of DevOps experts on why AppSec Awareness and Training matters and how to give your developers secure coding education that works.
Software is at the center of it all, placing increased pressure on developers, security managers, and DevOps leaders to develop applications faster. However, this need for speed comes at a price, and security can be seen as a blocker and not an enabler. Watch this webinar to understand why it's time to prioritize your...
It’s time to build security in from the start of the SDLC to better manage,
measure, and address risk, empower development teams, and
guarantee secure software delivery at the speed of DevOps.
While financial service organizations are under constant attack from adversaries, there
are specific steps they can...
Large and dynamic company like Playtech are looking to integrate secure coding education directly into the tools their developers
Daniel Liber, Head of Information Security at Playtech states " as a company that has hundreds of developers, located in more than 15 different sites and developing in...
Security must be embedded into developer
workflows during every stage of the SDLC. Software development, delivery, and
deployment is a continuous process.
Download this infographic to discover 5 practical tips to achieving secure development operations.
La seguridad debe amoldarse a la experiencia
del desarrollador en cada etapa del SDLC.
El proceso de SDLC se repite cientos de miles de
veces al día, debe formar parte de él.
Descargue ahora para descrubir los 5 consejos para pasar fácilmente a DevSecOps.
Organizations are adopting DevOps as a development and operational model to facilitate
the practice of automating software delivery and deployment. With this shift, security and
development leaders are finding that their traditional approaches to software security are
not able to adapt to this new model and...
DevSecOps is in its “awkward
teenage years,” says Matthew Rose of
Checkmarx. But with new tooling and
automation - particularly application
security testing tools - he sees the
practice maturing quickly and delivering
In an interview with Information Security Media Group’s Tom...
According to Forrester, applications are the leading attack vector for security breaches, with 42% of global security decision makers whose firms
experienced an external attack saying it resulted from an exploited software vulnerability.
As the proliferation of software continues, bringing with it an...
In this eBook, we will hone deeply into one of the industry’s
latest additions to the Application Security Testing (AST)
marketspace, called Interactive Application Security Testing
The reason for this eBook is to bring awareness to
IAST solutions in general, highlighting the following points:...
Not all AST solutions were made for DevOps agility, and actually, some encumber its primary purpose—speed and
time to market. Therefore, organizations are at a crossroads whereby they must make an important decision; either
adjust their DevOps initiatives to limp along with the current AST solutions they have in...
With millions of sports fans to cater to, DAZN
has secure applications high on its agenda. Security comes from the top (their
c-suite) and rolls down to their software developers who understand the value of
a secure application. Application Security Testing (AST) solutions are imperative to
DAZN, so they deliver...
Catering to millions of customers worldwide, it comes as no surprise that 3M makes its application
security a priority and requires its software developers secure mandatory coding education.
Download this case study to find out how Adam Bentley, 3M Health Information
Systems’ (3M HIS) Code Security program...
Today, we can no longer restrict our software security risk
assessments to cloud and mobile profiles. With more hardware devices
being integrated, we have to extend the software layer to also include
firmware. That implies the convergence of traditional software (above
the kernel) and firmware (below the kernel)...