Embed security into application development and deployment to deliver on the promise of DevOps Security.
We conducted a survey to find out where companies are in their transition to DevOps - and if security is part of those efforts. The results highlight gaps and reveal opportunities.
Businesses are adopting DevOps practices, but security is not always part of the picture.
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As overall security awareness has increased across IT, the question of how security fits into DevOps is a hot topic. Even terms such as DevSecOps and Rugged DevOps, that try to capture what is unique about integrating security into the DevOps process, instead illustrate how security is an addition to DevOps rather than an integral part of it.
Our research shows that both security leaders and developers believe the DevOps movement has the potential to significantly improve application security, but so far organizations are struggling to realize that potential.
While 99% of those surveyed agree that DevOps is an opportunity to improve application security, only 20% said that AppSec testing is being done during development.
Microsoft responds to the challenges that organizations face in today’s modern engineering landscape. The transition included merging development and operations roles and by using agile development principles and tools to shorten release cycles.
ServiceMaster integrates application security into the software development lifecycle (SDLC) and DevOps deployment process to produce more secure software, and detect and defend against application attacks.
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