Robert explains why communication is key to getting security, legal, sales, and engineering teams on board with a DevSecOps strategy shift.
Penetration testing is an inherently manual process and runs in contrast to the DevSecOps movement, so where does it fit in? Robert Wood delves into it.
It’s often said that security must be baked in rather than bolted on, and this is especially true when it comes to CISO involvement in an organization’s data governance plans.
With complex and distributed software ecosystems, organizations need to reach beyond traditional security measures through observability tools and practices.
Application Security (AppSec) is a robust domain with myriad specialties, tools, and best practices. Here’s what to focus on first.
As IT moves to the cloud, new threats emerge. DevSecOps is the answer to incorporating security throughout the continuous software lifecycle.
The way that data and collaboration tools, cross-team engagement, and SOAR tools are improving is expanding the how and where that the SOC can add value to an organization.
Because trust is an essential component when working with customers, cybersecurity plays a crucial role to ensure a positive customer service experience.
While cybersecurity often causes friction towards delivering value, explore the dynamic of how security teams can enable the business.
With an abundance of cybersecurity tools, vulnerability management can benefit from simplifying the user experience.