Why Your Network Automation Should Shift Left Now
“Shift left” security is moving security to the soonest feasible point in the development process. We look at what it means to combine security concerns with the NetDevOps model to ensure that security is an integral part of the software development life cycle and for network automation.
Worst-Case Scenarios: What Happens If You Don’t Do DevSecOps?
Is DevSecOps really necessary? What would happen if an organization adopted DevOps but continued to do security traditionally? Spoiler alert: nothing good...
How To Do DevSecOps for Kubernetes
Get an overview of security concerns related to Kubernetes, and a look at the built-in security capabilities that Kubernetes brings to the table.
Why Security Can’t Be An Afterthought in DevOps
DevOps empowers developers to take full responsibility for the end-to-end process of developing code, deploying it to production, and monitoring it post-release. See how DevSecOps "shifts left" responsibility for security in the DevOps pipeline - from the operations team to the development team.
Security Champions & Coaches: Knock Out Common Vulnerabilities
Tune in to Matias Madou’s session at DevNet Create 2021 - “Why your development team needs security champions & coaches in the fight against common vulnerabilities.”
The Need for Continuous and Dynamic Threat Modeling
The trend towards accelerated application development, regularly updating the architecture through an agile methodology, led us to strategize ways to continuously, and dynamically, threat model an application architecture during runtime.
Test Automation for Application Security
After an application is developed, multiple security tests must be run to ensure it’s ready for deployment. Learn how Cisco validates its software based on industry and internal security standards.