Is It Time to Rethink DevSecOps After Major Security Breaches?

[ad_1] Recent high-profile hacks at Rockstar Games and Uber might not stem from DevSecOps issues, but discussions of this aspect of security may be worth having now. One of the goals of applying a DevSecOps approach to software development is to get security onboard sooner rather than later in the cycle. Whether or not that … Read more

How to Create an Inclusive Culture for Women in DevOps

[ad_1] A balanced and diverse workforce drives innovation. Women account for 47.7% of the global workforce. However, only 26% of the jobs in computer-related sectors are held by women, a number that has grown by a mere 2% over the past 20 years. In the DevOps sector other research shows women account for about 13% … Read more

DevOps, Security Takeaways for CIOs from Twitter Whistleblower’s Claim

[ad_1] When news broke that Peiter “Mudge” Zatko, the former head of cybersecurity at Twitter, went whistleblower, alarm bells rang that may resonate with other enterprises.  Mudge, as Zatko is known among cybersecurity researchers, has credentials that extend back 30 years and include hacking thinktanks and leading research projects at DARPA. He was let go from … Read more