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DevSecOps: The Answer to the Cloud Security Skills Gap
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ronaldjeichner
ronaldjeichner,
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11/17/2019 | 12:24:16 AM
thank pro
thank so much
avidan_a
avidan_a,
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11/17/2019 | 3:32:40 AM
Interesting article
Interesting article
JdwZN
JdwZN,
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11/22/2019 | 4:02:37 PM
Completely agree!
Lamont -- Great article and I couldn't agree more--DevSecOps goes a long way towards helping with the crushing skills gap. As you said "... DevSecOps only works if organizations are willing to give their teams the resources and tools to successfully bridge those skill and resource gaps." In speaking with organizations, we see that many of them today have between 12 and 15 application security and testing tools in use. And each tool often requires its own separate team for management. This obviously exacerbates constrained resources, and this is where we've seen the benefits of orchestration come in. By eliminating the need to manually evaluate, deploy and manage all of these scanning and testing tools, lean security teams can refocus their effort and skills on projects more critical to the business. In many organizations, we've seen this shift have residual benefits such as empowering a more satisfied, productive workforce and reducing employee churn. Lamont, let me know if you would like to connect live to discuss this further. John Worrall, ZeroNorth


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