Devsecops Implementation

DevOps adoption, if done correctly, should yield positive effects for any company, including improved team cooperation, shorter time to market, increased overall productivity, and increased customer happiness, to mention a few. But what good will all of these advantages do for your organisation if security isn't a top priority? Trying to push water uphill with a rake while focusing on DevOps to enhance your workflow is like trying to push water uphill with a rake.
  • Organizations used to do security tests on their products at the end of the software development life cycle before DevOps (SDLC).
  • Because the emphasis was primarily on application development, security was considered less vital than the previous stages.
  • By the time engineers did security tests, the goods had progressed through the majority of the previous stages and were nearly complete.
  • As a result, detecting a security problem at such a late stage necessitated altering innumerable lines of code, an excruciatingly time-consuming and arduous operation.
  • Patching became the chosen solution, which is unsurprising.
DevSecOps is a methodology for handling IT security with the perspective that everyone is accountable for security. It entails incorporating security standards into a company's DevOps process. The goal is to incorporate security into the software development process at every stage. That's in contrast to previous development models—DevSecOps implies that security isn't saved till the end of the SDLC.
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We believe that Devops is culture change
Adopting a DevSecOps methodology with DigiAlert Technologies would (and will) be a massive task for most businesses, so be understanding of the cultural shift involved. Start a conversation, be brave, and be the first to take the first step toward change. It will be easier to discover common ground and have a shared attitude if you engage using a clear and simple strategy that highlights the business, efficiency, and security benefits for each firm.

We Offer Open Collaboration

As previously said, your development, operations, or DevOps teams would likely be hesitant to accept security teams or specialists into their "way of doing things." You can overcome this apprehension by delivering visibility and monitoring services, as well as collaborating to map your processes and identify possibilities to enhance agility.

As previously said, your development, operations, or DevOps teams would likely be hesitant to accept security teams or specialists into their "way of doing things." You can overcome this apprehension by delivering visibility and monitoring services, as well as collaborating to map your processes and identify possibilities to enhance agility.

DevOps is a mix of cultural concepts, processes, and tools that improves an organization's capacity to provide applications and services at high velocity. The development and operations teams are not seen as independent entities in DevOps. DevOps, on the other hand, blurs the borders between the two, resulting in more harmony and alignment without sacrificing quality. According to estimates, the global DevOps market would be worth $12.85 billion by 2025.  DevOps is just the next step in the Agile process, which tries to address the problems in the traditional waterfall software development life cycle (SDLC).

The methodology that we at DigiAlert follow

Code analysis — This allows for the rapid detection of vulnerabilities by delivering code in small parts.
Change management enables users to not only submit modifications that improve speed and efficiency, but also to assess if the change has a positive or bad impact.
Organizations should be compliant with rules such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Payment Card Industry Digital Security Standard (PCI DSS) and be ready for regulator audits at any time.
Threats are being investigated — Each code change comes with the possibility of new threats. It is critical to recognise and act to these dangers as soon as possible.

What are the important tools that DigiAlert Technologies?

Adoption of DevSecOps with DigiAlert necessitates the assessment of application security threats as well as code testing, which necessitates the use of specialist tools.
Using automated testing tools in an integrated development environment (IDE) allows developers to integrate security into the DevOps workflow and avoid having to start a separate environment for testing code every time.
Several technologies have been created to aid in the adoption of DevSecOps in various ways. These are some of them:
  • Visualization tools such as Kibana and Grafana aid in the identification, evolution, and sharing of security data with operations.
  • Automation Tools: When security flaws are discovered, tools like StackStorm can aid by enabling programmed remediation.
  • Hunting Tools: These programmes aid in the detection of security flaws. Mirador, OSSEC, MozDef, and GRR, to name a few, are only a few examples.
  • Testing Tools: Testing is an important part of DevSecOps, and a variety of tools like GauntIt, Spyk, Chef Inspec, Hakiri, Infer, and Lynis are used for it.
  • Elastalert, Alerta, and 411 are examples of alerting tools that send alerts and notifications when security flaws are discovered.

Why choose us?

Integrating security with DevOps is about more than simply technology; it also involves people and processes. IT teams must focus on business risks as well as security in order to deploy DevSecOps successfully. During the period 2017-2023, the global DevSecOps market is predicted to develop at a CAGR of 33.7 percent.
DevSecOps services from DigiAlert Technologies enable not just secure application delivery, but also a significantly reduced time to market.
Organizations may reach unprecedented levels of success by proactively adopting DevSecOps and reframing their operations, engineering, and security to work in concert.

How can we help you?

Assessment of Current Security Measures - Threat modelling and risk assessments are used by security teams to determine the sensitivity levels of an organization's assets and the dangers they may face. They can also comprehend present security restrictions and prioritise those that need to be changed.
Integrating Security into DevOps - Integrating security measures into the development process entails examining the development workflow and ensuring that security policies and automation cause minimal disruptions
Bringing DevSecOps and Security Operations Together — Only if the development, security, and operations teams are dedicated to working together and incorporating security processes and controls throughout the entire DevOps workflow will a DevSecOps deployment be regarded effective. Integrating security operations with the DevSecOps strategy requires continuous monitoring of any security problems during development and providing a timely reaction.

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