Dear friends in DevSecOps: Don't forget, security is your responsibility, too – now learn how to do it right
Tune in to hear from Veracode on how to stay secure
Webcast What is DevSecOps? Simply put, it is the merging of DevOps and security processes to ensure code is secure from development through to testing and deployment.
To help enterprises tighten their security, the US Defense Department defined it in detail last August [PDF] as a "an organizational software engineering culture and practice that aims at unifying software development (Dev), security (Sec) and operations (Ops).
"The main characteristic of DevSecOps is to automate, monitor, and apply security at all phases of the software lifecycle: plan, develop, build, test, release, deliver, deploy, operate, and monitor."
Application security firm Veracode believes the power of DevSecOps comes from the use of cloud-native technologies that reduce the time it takes to detect and eliminate security vulnerabilities in software. The Register’s webcast on 13 February, brought to you by Veracode, seeks to find out more about the company's approach to automated security.
Tune in online from 3pm UK time to hear Veracode EMEA CTO Paul Farrington walk The Register’s Tim Phillips through a typical business's DevSecOps journey.
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