Some organisations struggle to embrace a DevSecOps culture due to function differences in objectives, legal governance, language and workflow. When departments and organisations operate in such isolation the risk of missing vulnerabilities in the supply chain and malicious attacks affecting operations is high because the security element is not scalable.
Security embedding needs to start from the foundations of application and infrastructure, cloud or network, to have a chance of protecting future tech developments from susceptible attack vectors.
Embedding security processes
The whole purpose of DevOps collaboration is speed of deployment and effective communication between departments to aid progress. Building in DevSecOps will help to ensure the entire pipeline is secure when delivering at speed, allowing code to be created, tested, deployed and safeguarded through:
- Securing code, libraries and repositories
- Continuous security integration and check points
- Continuous security deployment
- Increased collaboration and communication
- Safe automation and identification
Find potential vulnerabilities, address them quickly and stop the pipeline and developers from becoming a threat actor’s target through tailored DevSecOps strategies.
Trusted secure DevOps methodologies
Bramfitt experts have worked in DevSecOps since 2014 and have built trusted methodologies that instill a security as code culture within enterprise organisations. Deployed across multiple industries with huge productivity, profitability and protective outcomes, a core security approach to DevOps will save time, money and protect data, assets and reputation.