Change the dynamic between security and development.
Shift left and move your teams into the fast lane. Automation and early detection supports security professionals by empowering developers to build along the guardrails of compliance within their own workflows.
Close the gap between SecOps and DevOps. Check out our eBook, which offers six practical strategies that can help enterprise tech companies empower secure development without sacrificing speed or innovation.
Sometimes it can feel like the risks never stop coming in the cloud. From misconfigurations to policy violations to identity and access management (IAM), security teams have their work cut out for them. Meanwhile, devs want to keep releasing code at speed and scale.
The best path forward involves automation, real-time remediation, and deep integrations with the tools that devs prefer to use. With a cloud-native security solution in place, you can respond to security or compliance risks in your cloud environment without slowing down the pace of innovation. Learn how to enable continuous security and compliance without sacrificing speed:
Using container platforms like Kubernetes for software deployment has opened up a whole new world for developers, as they no longer have to think about the underlying infrastructure of the code they’re developing. However, the “cut-and-paste” approach of containers can come with new risks. Much like the cloud, containerized environments such as Kubernetes require a specific security approach.
This white paper explores the core security considerations needed to navigate Kubernetes and its central role in orchestrating workloads on cloud infrastructure.
The rapid development pace enabled by the cloud and Kubernetes doesn’t have to be at odds with security and compliance.
Security teams can take a step back, and allow developers to use the tools and processes they prefer, by building guardrails that prevent issues without slowing down work.
Keep your development cycles on track with thoughtful guardrails that don’t stifle innovation, but reduce risk to multicloud and containerized environments (and the organization as a whole).
Tech companies are continually releasing new code for their cloud-native applications, leaving security teams struggling to keep up. Maintaining security without losing pace demands an automated and integrated approach that starts with development but extends to protecting production workloads.
The best path forward is cloud workload protection (CWP), which brings structural changes to software development that make it easier to be “secure by design.” Learn how to enhance security throughout the development processes and stay ahead of threats—without frustrating software engineers.