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Weave Security Through Your SDLC from Idea to Maintenance

Tech Republic Security

SafeStack Academy’s community-centric Secure Development training gives developers, testers, analysts, and architects the skills they need to build high-quality, secure software at speed. The post Weave Security Through Your SDLC from Idea to Maintenance appeared first on TechRepublic.

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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

Meanwhile, legacy AppSec systems and processes have impeded security teams from being able to scale at the speed of DevOps with very little visibility or control over security risks. Security teams are entirely unprepared to govern and secure the modern SDLC in this agile world. What are security guardrails?

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Beyond DevSecOps: Why fintech companies need to consider DevSecRegOps

CIO Business Intelligence

DevSecOps refers to development, security, and operations. As a practice, DevSecOps is a way to engrain practices in your SDLC that ensures security becomes a shared responsibility throughout the IT lifecycle.

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Need for Speed Drives Security-as-a-Service

CIO Business Intelligence

Threats are emerging at a speed that makes it difficult for internal security practitioners to keep pace. There are zero-day attacks that exploit vulnerabilities before security teams are even aware of them. In order to address emerging threats more quickly, organizations are increasingly adopting Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS).

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The DevSecOps Lifecycle: How to Automate Security in Software Development

ForAllSecure

Historically, security has been bolted on at the end of the development cycle, often resulting in software riddled with vulnerabilities. This leaves the door open for security breaches that can lead to serious financial and reputational damage. Develop During the development phase, development teams both build and test the application.