Low, Moderate or High: What FedRAMP Impact Level is Right for You?
Achieving the FedRAMP certification is a requirement for organizations working with government agencies. FedRAMP is a necessary compliance framework to ensure the proper level of security is in place for cloud products and services.Read more
Should I Migrate to Atlassian Cloud?
Organizations that migrate to a single SaaS-based model can more clearly define digital processes and workflows, as well as streamline technology and infrastructure in a way that maps to specific corporate goals—placing IT in the driver’s seat.Learn more
How the Public Sector Can Enable DevOps with Jira’s Latest Updates
Stringent regulations surrounding compliance and security requirements, limited funding and changing priorities within the public sector are all key factors.Read More
Improve Cloud Protection by Working with a DevSecOps Expert
According to the 2022 Cloud Security Report, cloud security incidents are still on the rise, causing misconfigurations and exposed user data. More than a quarter of organizations (27 percent) have experienced a public cloud security incident—up 10 percent from 2021.
A Closer Look at 3 Services An Atlassian Government Partner Can Provide
Efficiency is a common goal for government agencies—especially as the White House Office of the National Cyber Director has recently announced it will be analyzing performance data as part of an effort to measure federal agencies' performance.
Moving Data in Compliance with Healthcare Regulations
Cloud technology plays an essential role in bringing innovation and better outcomes to today's healthcare systems, from helping doctors care for patients remotely to enabling collaboration between providers in other institutions. And as new technology is introduced, healthcare digitization will only increase.
Where are the Cybersecurity Workers? Solving for the Cybersecurity Skills Shortage
According to a 2021 Security Magazine report, 40% of organizations experienced at least one cloud data breach during the past 12 months alone. And unfortunately, the consequences can be substantial: the average cost to repair a data breach for small- to medium-sized businesses is $149,000.
Choosing the Best Tools for Your DevSecOps Transformation
The costs associated with a security breach are higher than ever, up to an average of $4.24 million per business. Moving from DevOps to a DevSecOps framework has become one of the best ways for organizations to guarantee that code ships securely—and to avoid the costly repercussions of breaches.
From Cybersecurity to Compliance: Ensuring Applications and Their Data are Secure
Businesses have been forced to contend with an unfortunate growing fact: a security breach is all but inevitable. Last year, nearly every type of cyberattack—from ransomware to encrypted threats—increased by anywhere from 6% to over 100%. Encrypted threats rank the highest, having shot up by 167% (10.4 million attacks).
Tackling 4 Security Challenges with DevSecOps
Achieving a robust cybersecurity posture has been mission-critical as businesses experienced a staggering spike in cybercrime last year.
Security-First State of Mind: The Evolution from Agile to DevOps to DevSecOps
Agile development rose to prominence over a decade ago as developers needed faster, more efficient processes to deliver high-quality software releases. But despite the rise of agile, silos between development and operations teams still created bottlenecks slowing down the development process. DevOps, which brings together development and IT teams, emerged as the next evolution in development to boost collaboration and release better software, faster.
The Importance of DevSecOps
The DoD Office of the Chief Information Officer provides policy and guidance regarding the development and utilization of software and hardware. These resources, paired with industry best-practices, play a significant role in shaping the DoD’s adoption of DevSecOps and Zero Trust Architecture.