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Weave Security Through Your SDLC from Idea to Maintenance

Tech Republic Security

The post Weave Security Through Your SDLC from Idea to Maintenance appeared first on TechRepublic. Courses, qualifications, hands-on labs, and monthly seminars cover essential application security topics like finding and fixing vulnerabilities, threat assessment, and DevSecOps, with new courses released regularly.

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7 Software Development Models You Should Know

Flexagon

The Software Development Life Cycle, or SDLC, is the process of planning, designing, developing, testing, and deploying high-quality software at the lowest cost possible, preferably in the shortest amount of time.

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Beyond DevSecOps: Why fintech companies need to consider DevSecRegOps

CIO Business Intelligence

As a practice, DevSecOps is a way to engrain practices in your SDLC that ensures security becomes a shared responsibility throughout the IT lifecycle. Ideally, ensuring these compliance checklists trigger a failure close to the beginning of the SDLC ensures you don’t get to the end and realize you’re not compliant.

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Cider Security launches application security platform

Venture Beast

Cider Security aims to help users gain transparency over the software development life cycle (SDLC) from code development to deployment, while identifying risks in the environment and receiving recommendations on how to improve its overall security posture. Read More.

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Cider Security launches application security platform

Venture Beast

Cider Security aims to help users gain transparency over the software development life cycle (SDLC) from code development to deployment, while identifying risks in the environment and receiving recommendations on how to improve its overall security posture. Read More.

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What Are Security Guardrails? Why Do They Matter to Your AppSec Program?

SecureWorld News

Security teams are entirely unprepared to govern and secure the modern SDLC in this agile world. Providing tools and processes to ensure developers can build secure software by default has long been recognized as the best way to avoid security pitfalls and prevent security bugs from being introduced in the SDLC.

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Watch Out for New Barriers to Faster Software Development

Information Week

As software delivery cycles continue to shrink, software teams have to minimize the remaining inefficiencies, regardless of where they are in the SDLC.