Seeing DevSecOps as a practice, not a destination, may help organizations shift left patiently, working through culture changes and process iterations at a pace that is comfortable and organic.
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One of the pitfalls in adopting DevOps is what you might call Peter Pan Syndrome.
Hiring DevSecOps talent can give life to your “shift left” movement. An engineer shares 18 tips for hiring success.
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As agencies bring more agility to services development and delivery, they risk increasing vulnerability if they don’t also take a more agile approach to security.
Culture is the number one success factor in adopting DevSecOps. An expert identified four key attributes of a good DevSecOps culture.
Although DevSecOps has the potential to unify work across teams while reducing the time to develop and deploy applications, that’s not a guarantee, as many agencies have discovered.
As agencies adopt a DevOps methodology, they need to adapt their approach to application security. It’s not just about “shifting left,” it’s about approaching security with a DevOps mindset.
Because the DevOps environment is so dynamic, security can keep up only if it is fully integrated into the day-to-day work of developers.
“As government adoption of DevOps increases, there are numerous lessons to take away in terms of automating legacy processes that have many slow and manual interventions detrimental to the success of DevSecOps.”