In the past month, we’ve been working on some new things for you. We would like to highlight our Jenkins Plugin, Jira integration, and our new website.
Recently, we created a checklist, a Web Application Security Checklist for developers. Why? Well, because we want to help developers avoid introducing vulnerabilities in the first place. And for that, the security development process should start with training and creating awareness. Searching for vulnerabilities with a web scanner is essential, but we should always try to make security shift left, i.e. place it at the beginning of the development lifecycle. It is an investment: instead of being reactive, invest in prevention.
An efficient DevSecOps pipeline relies on scaling web applications and API security. And, small development teams are required to take on increasing responsibility for security without large security teams. This blog post offers an efficient solution to the challenge of scaling in DevSecOps teams.