Vulnerability remediation was once considered a straightforward process. Scanning software identified potential vulnerabilities and notified the system administrator, who took over from there. “Vulnerability” was seen as a coding issue, so manually checking and patching code became the standard method of remediation despite being slow and not always effective.
DevOps took the software scene by storm in 2008, with the promise to reduce the time between changing a software system and that change being rolled out in a production environment – without compromising on quality. Basically, it was supposed to “turn the IT business model on its head with shorter cycle times, automation, and… Continue reading DevOps Security – Time to Put Sec in DevOps