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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. 

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4 Trends Defining the Future of Software Development

While much is known about developers' preferred coding languages, frameworks and cloud platforms, less is understood about how developers prefer to work and what they actually want to work on. Wonder no more. Atlassian has released its first-ever “State of the Developer” report, which provides a fresh look at how developers' attitudes and preferences about work have changed in a remote and hybrid world. 

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Making History in Space

Yesterday, the Space Force and industry partners quietly made history. Well, as quietly as possible when launching giant metal towers full of rocket fuel into space at speeds up to 10k MPH. August 4th, 2022, saw the space coast making and breaking records:

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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.

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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. 

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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.

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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.

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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.