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Why should Cybersecurity care about DevOps?

Apr 29, 2020 2:15:00 PM / by Janosch Maier posted in DevSecOps, Cybersecurity, DevOps, continuous Security

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This is how you can secure your DevOps Cycle

As a modern cyber security professional for a corporate, you may get a lot of headache when working together with the people responsible for developing applications, the DevOps team (and vice versa). This article tries to explain why this is the case and how to structure good communication for a fruitful together in the company. Plus, it outlines two concrete strategies on how to continuously create more secure applications: security champions and tool integration.

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What is DevOps? (The non-technical FAQ)

Apr 24, 2020 2:11:20 PM / by Jan Wiederrecht posted in DevSecOps, DevOps, Continuous Delivery, continuous Security

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This FAQ will answer your most burning questions about DevOps.

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Six Quick Wins in DevSecOps

Jun 18, 2019 9:53:46 AM / by Janosch Maier posted in DevSecOps, DevOps, Continuous Delivery, continuous Security

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You want to bring your agile development and application security to the next level? You have heard the buzzword "DevSecOps" so many times? You are still asking yourself where to start?
 
We have gathered six quick wins on how you can get started with DevSecOps.
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SecDevOps - No agility without security

Aug 17, 2018 2:29:00 PM / by Jan Wiederrecht posted in DevSecOps, DevOps, Continuous Delivery, continuous Security

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The concept of DevOps and agility is nothing new for most companies and developers circling the sun. The most well known frameworks (e.g. Scrum, XP etc.) are applied in many development teams and lead to a number of benefits for teams, companies and customers. Evidence shows that agile methods cause better performances in comparison to the outdated waterfall method. For many companies the outdated waterfall method is the largest contributor to project failure. Another problem with traditional step-by-step programming is that products do not exactly meet the demand of customers and need to be redesigned which takes time and costs money. Through DevOps, development teams work closely with the customer and need to adjust fewer things at the end of the project.

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