Implementing an actual DevSecOps strategy will help identify vulnerabilities much earlier in the development lifecycle and enable organic collaboration between your development and security teams. Stratascale can create security integration from design to delivery.
Stratascale Devsecops Program Advisory
Before the production phase, a clear DevSecOps program strategy is necessary to empower security and development teams to address security issues as they emerge when they’re easier, faster, and less expensive to fix. Our structured approach allows our experts to help you adopt a DevSecOps Strategy to integrate security practices better.
Security teams, tooling, and practices are lagging behind systemic shifts in the world of DevOps. When software was released once or twice a year, traditional methodologies managed security efforts at the very end of the development cycle with one security team and then tested with a separate quality assurance team.
More development teams have adopted Agile DevOps practices that reduce software development cycles to weeks or even days. Traditional security and test efforts can no longer scale to keep up with optimized software release schedules.
Why A Devsecops Approach Is Important
Data provided by a recent GitLab study confirms that organizations have not fully embraced a tighter focus on security in DevOps as vulnerabilities are still being found very late in the development lifecycle. Collaboration between security and development teams remains strained due to a lack of clear lines of responsibility and ownership regarding who should resolve security flaws.
We begin by selecting threat modeling applications; scheduling discovery and risk review sessions; and identifying existing application, data, and pipeline components.
We perform threat modeling and risk analysis during our review of existing CI/CD pipelines, DevSecOps practices, and current toolsets and methodologies used for DevSecOps security controls.
Our team of experts helps identify and incorporate DevSecOps best practices to support your key business objectives; develop DevSecOps strategy and improvement roadmaps; and perform a risk review and knowledge share (per DevOps team).