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
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.
4 Ways Organizations Can Reshape Their Approach to Application Security
From the dev team scrum to the boardroom and even within the oval office, software security has emerged as a top priority. Yet, inside these organizations, teams are still struggling to determine who is actually responsible for it.
Accelerating DevSecOps in the Public Sector
Secure software development, while important for any organization, is especially critical within the public sector, where highly sensitive information is processed. For government IT teams, complying with complex regulations such as FedRAMP (a standard specifically developed to protect government data) is a required aspect of software development.
How Government Agencies Can Leverage Increased Funding for Cybersecurity
Despite a rocky road to its final passage, President Biden recently signed the $1 trillion infrastructure bill, a much-needed measure to address the nation’s critical need to improve cybersecurity. The new law allocates a whopping $2 billion to fund cybersecurity and related provisions designed to bolster security resiliency—in both public and private sectors—and better safeguard communities against the fallout of cyberattacks.
Planning for Your Transition to DevSecOps
Adopting DevSecOps can help IT teams improve software security, a top priority for many organizations. DevSecOps, the latest evolution of DevOps, shifts security left in the software development lifecycle and reimagines security as a shared responsibility between development, operations and security professionals. But before teams adopt DevSecOps, establishing a clearly defined vision and understanding how existing operations need to change is paramount.
Atlassian Open DevOps: How the Public Sector Can Enable DevOps with Jira’s Latest Updates
What keeps government agencies reliant on legacy systems? Stringent regulations surrounding compliance and security requirements, limited funding and changing priorities within the public sector are all key factors. Recently, the Biden administration recognized the disparity between technological innovation in the public and private sectors and emphasized the importance of improving technology to make the government more consumer-friendly.