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What I Learned from DevSecOps Leaders in a High Tech World

By Sara Budsock on October 16, 2020 devsecops
DevSecOps leaders from FISERV, Sirius XM, NBC Universal, OneTrust, Estée Lauder, PointClickCare, and Micro Focus, share how DevSecOps adoptions is adding value to their organizations.
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Kubernetes Containers a Boon for Developers

By Phil Vuollet on July 15, 2020 devsecops
Kubernetes helps to automate deploying, scaling, and managing multiple containers. It is the most popular container orchestration system in use right now.
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The Latest DevSecOps Podcast Playlist

By Katie McCaskey on July 01, 2020 devsecops
The latest playlist of DevSecOps podcast episodes discuss open source vulnerabilities, security, culture, and more.
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How to Upskill Your Team with Kubernetes

By Brad McCoy on June 30, 2020 devsecops
How we got everyone through the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) training and you can, too.
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Holding the Industry Accountable

Humans often need to experience something before we change. As DevSecOps practitioners and leaders we should always be asking what needs changing and why.
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Money Doesn’t Buy Happiness, But Happy Developers Protect Money

By Derek Weeks on June 26, 2020 devsecops
Developers in mature DevOps practices are 1.2x happier than their grumpy peers in the financial sector. This impacts software security, and your wallet.
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Sonatype a Cybersecurity Impact Award Honoree

By Katie McCaskey on June 25, 2020 devsecops
Sonatype places in the second annual Cybersecurity Impact Awards, sponsored by CyberTacos, to recognize leaders in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
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OWASP Top 10 Overview

By Erik Dietrich on June 22, 2020 OWASP
Caroline Wong is a Chief Strategy Officer who teaches the OWASP Top 10. She uses memorable analogies to explain all ten.
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ZeroTrustOps: Securing at Scale

By Sylvia Fronczak on June 19, 2020 AppSec
With zero trust, you assume everything on the network is unsafe. You have to check trust explicitly. This stance improves security throughout the SDLC.
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