Security considerations in a DevOps pipeline – part 2

As we discussed in our first post in this series, with DevOps methodologies the goal is to speed up deployment using automation while increasing the predictability and manageability of the development cycle. Too often though, security is left for last,…

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Top 10 ways to achieve agile security: an ebook

Worldwide spending on cybersecurity will top $1 trillion between 2017 and 2021, according to Cybersecurity Ventures. What does this mean for companies? Well according to the latest Cloud Security Spotlight Report, it means more and more businesses will be throwing…

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Webinar: Real DevSecOps for the security practitioner

While many companies have begun implementing DevOps into at least one, if not several departments, different approaches to DevOps have complicated the industry and have made many practitioners wonder if security will ever be able to keep up. In his…

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Bringing security into the CICD pipeline with Halo

There’s a transformation happening in how IT is delivered in enterprises everywhere – what was once a predictable and stable IT environment has now become more fluid and is in a constant state of change. The average lifetime of a…

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Security considerations in a DevOps pipeline

Using DevOps methodologies the goal is to speed up deployment using automation while increasing the predictability and manageability of the development cycle. Too often though – and this may be true more often than not – security is left for…

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Quarantine your security concerns with this Halo Toolbox function

Guest Post by Richard Huffaker, http://www.richardsomething.com/about Cloud infrastructure and agile application delivery have been an incredible boon for many organizations, greatly increasing the speed of their deployment cycles and IT delivery processes. With this increase in speed, though, also comes…

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Software-defined security for burnout avoidance

*beep**beep**beep* … *beep* >SMACK< You look at the alarm clock that’s proven to be amazingly resilient to abuse, particularly the snooze button, and it’s fifteen minutes after midnight on a Sunday morning. Your alarm is going off because it’s time…

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