DevOps is an evolving philosophy, and now is the time–just as you start embracing DevOps in your organization–to start building security into both your DevOps philosophy and processes. DevOps philosophy started with the core principles of W. Edwards Deming’s points on Quality Management, binding the development of services and their delivery to IT Operations. As
The race to improve software quality and innovation has been around since the 1970s. Many processes and workflows have been created to help address the historical issues that prevent teams from developing high-quality applications quickly and reliably, yet enterprises continue their struggle to keep up.
We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again: an organization is only as secure as its weakest link. Most, if not all, of your employees are online and on their mobile devices in your workplace, whether you have a BYOD policy in place or not. Developers release software with millions of lines of code,
Security maturity, as cliché as it sounds, is a journey – not a destination. Security isn’t something that can ever be considered “done” because there will always be new technologies, business objectives or processes to secure and align with. The good news is you don’t have to be a CISO to affect changes in an
Julian Assange is an Australian activist, computer programmer, and hacker who, in December 2006, founded WikiLeaks. His goal was to provide a platform where classified and sensitive documents can be posted anonymously. Since its’ start, WikiLeaks drew a lot of attention following some major information exposed on the site, however the first major leak resulting
This October 2016, Checkmarx is celebrating National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) with content focused on educating and empowering developers about secure coding practices under the slogan “Developers Vote Security.” As more and more organizations across all verticals speed up their development and adopt DevOps, the responsibility of security is increasingly falling into the hands of
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Krebs on Security A Washington Post investigative reporter turned independent cybersecurity journalist, Brian Krebs regularly blows the covers off security breaches and schemes. His blog is an intriguing mix of posts on tips he’s received and security news we need to know. Troy Hunt He’s a Microsoft MVP for Developer Security, so you can
Staying on top of the latest developments and innovation in application security is key. The following list of thought leaders is an excellent source of information that will help you implement a successful application security program. Troy Hunt @TroyHunt Sydney-based software architect, web security specialist and Microsoft MVP 4 years running. Dan Cornell @danielcornell