Security | Threat Detection | Cyberattacks | DevSecOps | Compliance


Scaling DevSecOps with Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST)

In the swiftly evolving landscape of AI-driven software development, DevSecOps helps strengthen application security and quality. Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) is a key tool that helps scale your DevSecOps program by facilitating continuous and accurate security tests on running applications. DAST simulates real-world attacks, enabling you to identify security weaknesses and evaluate your application's defenses in response to actual attacks.

The Top 5 Free Vulnerability Scanners of 2024

Free vulnerability scanners are a great way to begin scanning your cloud applications and infrastructure for security issues, and proactively resolving vulnerabilities before attackers can find them. These tools can be implemented at every stage of the SDLC, from code planning to production, depending on your preferences and objectives. As a domain, vulnerability scanners cover use cases such as code scanning, dependency reviews, and secret detection.

The Application Security Assessment Checklist for Cloud Native Environments

A cloud-based application security assessment (or ASA) is a systematic evaluation to identify vulnerabilities and improve security in cloud applications. It aims to ensure the application’s structural, design, and operational integrity against all cyber threats. A staggering 82% of data breaches in 2023 involved data stored in the cloud.

From DSOMM Theory to Practical Enforcement: A DevSecOps Journey

At Jit, we have often spoken about different security frameworks and standards, and how they apply to practical security. One of the aspects we like to look at closely when exploring security frameworks, is the way in which engineering teams can take these good practices and apply them to their day-to-day engineering work. Essentially, how to codify or operationalize these practices.

Many sources, one truth: Applying DevSecOps best practices

It’s no secret threat actors, and cloud attacks have evolved, yet traditional security responses have languished, much to the detriment of many organizations. In this session, Cas Clawson, Field CTO for Security at Sumo Logic, will explore cloud threat detection challenges and how to do it better using a real-world incident response example, leveraging a single source of truth, breaking down team silos, and utilizing the best practices with DevSecOps.

Accelerating AppSec with and Sysdig

Today at RSA Conference 2024, and Sysdig unveiled a joint solution targeted at helping developers, DevOps, and security teams accelerate secure software delivery from development to deployment. The integration incorporates the exchange of runtime insights and application ownership context between Sysdig Secure and Mend Container to provide users with superior, end-to-end, and risk-based vulnerability prioritization and remediation across development and production environments.