Security | Threat Detection | Cyberattacks | DevSecOps | Compliance

DevSecOps

A Practical Guide to DevSecOps: Making it Work for Developers

In the realm of software development, DevSecOps has emerged as a transformative approach, merging the agility of DevOps with valuable security measures. As a methodology, DevSecOps is about proactively embedding security into the very fabric of the development process, ensuring that every code commit, feature addition, and software release is scanned and thoroughly reviewed for vulnerabilities.

Defining DORA-Like Metrics for Security Engineering

By implementing security metrics that are as demonstrable as uptime and performance SLAs, DevSecOps leaders can showcase their engineering prowess in security.Measuring security in terms of MTTR, MTTD, Detection rate, Exposure window, as well as velocity, coverage, and uptime, can drive its evolution and development, providing similar automation, observability, and capabilities available in engineering.We encourage you to read this informative article, written by Daniel Koch, our very own VP of engineerin

How Jit Builds a Platform Engineering Mindset in the Cloud

Learn how the whole team at DevSecOps tool Jit is dedicated to cultivating a platform engineering mindset and discipline in the cloud. Our amazing CTO, David Melamed, PhD.‍ How Jit Builds a Platform Engineering Mindset in the Cloud Learn how the whole team at DevSecOps tool Jit is dedicated to cultivating a platform engineering mindset and discipline in the cloud.

10 Pros and Cons of GCP Security Command Center

There is no doubt that Google is one of the most innovative companies. In fact, if you want to find or compare others, you'll likely Google it. From search engines to smartphones, it has shaped our digital lives. And with its cloud solution, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), its impact in the cloud arena is no different. However, no amount of innovation can make GCP attack-proof. The cloud is home to increasingly more threats, and they come with a hefty price tag.

6 Security Risks to Consider with WebAssembly

Programs and apps are a manifestation of ideas in a digital format. If you can dream it in other languages, WebAssembly can deliver it to the browser. From games ported from Unity to PDF editing on the web and leveraging interactive data from Jupyter and Rust, WebAssembly’s use cases are countless. WebAssembly (Wasm) is gaining traction to deliver high-performance client-side code that often cannot be created or executed by JavaScript, at least not in a performant way.

From Developer to Security Experience in a Cloud Native World

We often talk about the disparate experience in the security ecosystem versus the dev-tooling world. Where developer experience has begun taking center stage in the world of dev-first and cloud native, security experience is still quite lacking across the board in our ecosystem. (I would try to coin the term DevSecEx similar to DevSecOps with a focus on DevEx, but it just doesn’t have the same ring.