Insights for CISOs: DevSecOps or SecDevOps

Insights for CISOs: DevSecOps or SecDevOps

The Shift in Approach to a Secure Software Development Life Cycle

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30-Nov-2022
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Research Code: PD9D-01-00-00-00
SKU: IT04611-AP-MR_27076

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Digital transformation relies heavily on software as the backbone. The increasing adoption of software applications, be it mobile, web, or cloud-native applications, due to accelerated digital transformation has boosted the demand for innovation among software development life cycle (SDLC) developers and coders. To meet the need for faster innovation, more organizations are adopting the DevOps framework within their SDLC.   DevOps framework was originally created to bridge and align the development (Devs) and operations (Ops) teams throughout the development, testing and delivery phases, as the friction observed between both teams continues to grow. Today, the DevOps framework is largely based off the continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) concept, connecting different processes and tools throughout different stages of the SDLC for organizations to develop software applications at a much more rapid pace.    However, this software development methodology remains to lack the ability to address the quality or security issues of the software deployed at a fast speed. Security has yet to be embedded throughout the SDLC in the DevOps framework. As a result, software developers not only have to keep up with the need for faster innovation but to also navigate the complexity of DevOps security amidst the industry shift to DevOps. The rising software supply chain attacks have clearly reflected that legacy software security approaches can no longer secure the DevOps model. Thus, CISOs of organizations are looking for more robust DevOps security solutions to ensure security is embedded throughout the whole SDLC, in order to boost the cyber resilience of its software supply chain and release secure software applications to the market. 

Digital transformation relies heavily on software as the backbone. The increasing adoption of software applications, be it mobile, web, or cloud-native applications, due to accelerated digital transformation has boosted the demand for innovation among software development life cycle (SDLC) developers and coders. To meet the need for faster innovation, more organizations are adopting the DevOps framework within their SDLC.   DevOps framework was originally created to bridge and align the development (Devs) and operations (Ops) teams throughout the development, testing and delivery phases, as the friction observed between both teams continues to grow. Today, the DevOps framework is largely based off the continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) concept, connecting different processes and tools throughout different stages of the SDLC for organizations to develop software applications at a much more rapid pace.    However, this software development methodology remains to lack the ability to address the quality or security issues of the software deployed at a fast speed. Security has yet to be embedded throughout the SDLC in the DevOps framework. As a result, software developers not only have to keep up with the need for faster innovation but to also navigate the complexity of DevOps security amidst the industry shift to DevOps. The rising software supply chain attacks have clearly reflected that legacy software security approaches can no longer secure the DevOps model. Thus, CISOs of organizations are looking for more robust DevOps security solutions to ensure security is embedded throughout the whole SDLC, in order to boost the cyber resilience of its software supply chain and release secure software applications to the market. 
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