With software supply chain attacks like SolarWinds, Kaseya, and Codecov regularly making mainstream news headlines, it’s no wonder that auditors are beginning to look more carefully at the security controls within the software development life cycle (SDLC). This is a problem for many organizations because security teams often have gaps in visibility and basic security and governance practices across the DevOps tooling and infrastructure used in modern development practices.
Understanding how an environment’s posture matches compliance requirements, implementing requisite security controls, and generating evidence for attestation is a huge, often manual task. This problem is made more difficult because most organizations have multiple engineering teams, each with their own software delivery pipeline and related tooling. This situation can turn regular audits into a nightmare for AppSec professionals.
- Why modern software development practices make compliance harder for security teams
- How to easily map SDLC security posture to compliance requirements
- How to implement consistent security controls across DevOps tools and Infrastructure