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Rezilion-Azure DevOps Integration

Azure DevOps is Microsoft’s Software as a Service (SaaS) platform providing developers a comprehensive DevOps platform to develop and deploy software. By integrating directly with Azure DevOps, Rezilion’s platform first helps customers discover all software components in their environment, then using granular run-time validation helps them prioritize vulnerabilities that are exploitable and eliminate what isn’t relevant. This allows developers to focus on what matters most and remediate strategically.

Organizations Want to Adopt DevSecOps. What's Getting in Their Way?

Security leaders are eager to move to a DevSecOps approach—and why wouldn’t they be? DevSecOps has been emerging as a key component in organizations’ efforts to build strong security into all the software products they deliver. The adoption and implementation of the DevSecOps methodology involves multiple facets of organizations and brings together security and development professionals in a collaborative mission to deliver products that are both high in quality and secure.

Cloud Security is Evolving, but What's Missing?

Over the last several years, targeted, “boutique” cloud security solutions have consolidated into one-stop shops, known as Cloud-Native Application Protection Platforms (CNAPPs). This blog discusses the evolution of the CNAPP and its predecessors: We’ll then explore what’s missing in the broader cybersecurity landscape – Application Security Posture Management (ASPM).


Response to the Enduring Security Framework (ESF) Guide for Developers

At Snyk we invented developer-first security. We believe involving developers in the practice of security is key to building and running modern applications. This is exactly why the recent publication, Recommended Practices Guide for Developers by the The National Security Agency (NSA), Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) piqued our interest.


Simplify Your DevSecOps Workflow With This Simple Step

The software development process is one with strict deadlines. The pace of innovation does not slow down. Because of this, developers often find themselves frustration as they try to ensure that the product they’re producing delivers on customer expectations, while also limiting vulnerabilities. The balancing act between product security and meeting the needs of a time crunch can lead to a product being rushed to the market, leaving it vulnerable to unpatched exploits.

Why API Security Matters in 2022

APIs are the hottest attack vector in modern software. In this blog, we’ll look at how APIs add risk and best practices for securing them. For anyone who doesn’t know, API stands for Application Programming Interface. APIs provide a way for software programs to communicate with the external world. And securing these interfaces is a growing problem. Historically, security teams have focused on securing the platform (networks and infrastructure) on which applications run.