The conflict between speed and security is becoming more intense in companies that use DevOps and other continuous-development methods to change business applications quickly enough to keep up with changes in business. Teams driving bug-free code and continuous deployment may balk at any delay for testing or security between code freeze and code release.
It is possible, however, to implement good security practices early and in ways that are effective enough to secure high-speed DevOps projects without being a drag on delivery schedules.
In this webcast, you will hear about methods designed to counter the inherent difficulties of applying traditional security tools and practices to continuous development and more effective ways to make the two work together without interfering with one another. The discussion will include a series of best-practice recommendations on the integration of stand-alone tools into frameworks that combine and automate those functions and about the broad potential of security fabrics that orchestrate the operation of many controls across many systems in ways consistent with the needs of continuous-development teams and the applications they deliver.
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