Learn about bottom-up cybersecurity. We give you 4 tips to get started with creating a culture of developer-centered security in your organization.
In this Intellyx BrainBlog, Jason English explores the components and risks of modern software supply chains and the part developers play in securing them.
When implemented and leveraged together, Kubernetes and infrastructure as code (IaC) can help automate security and reduce friction between devs and security.
These are the key principles to keep in mind when developing a Kubernetes DevSecOps strategy—from embedding the right processes across the application lifecycle to measuring the right KPIs and hiring the right talent.
The key to holistic Kubernetes security is to identify risks at each stage of the DevOps lifecycle to prevent risks within a Kubernetes production environment.
DevSecOps hit its stride in 2021, so what will 2022 bring? Expect to see more DevSecOps professionals, the continued rise of IaC, and more.
The core of DevSecOps includes cross-team collaboration and knowledge sharing. Here are three things devs and security can learn from each other.
As monorepos get more popular, we’re sharing our tips to make sure they’re configured for optimal DevSecOps efficiency.