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Toolkits for DevSecOps: what are they and how do they work?

Toolkits for DevSecOps: what are they and how do they work? Aligning with the launch of Toolkits - the latest product feature from Uleska that lets users easily configure AppSec tools for continued, reusable use across all your applications - we are hosting a webinar that will take viewers through what this product is, how it can be used to simplify processes, as well as practical examples of it being put to use.

Uleska Teams Management

You’re a security engineer who wants the automation of all your security tools to work the same across all your teams. You don’t want everyone to see all projects and all issues. Teams want visibility of their own projects and not be distracted. It’s very likely that you don’t want a complicated setup for users to view security tools, or logs of security runs. Especially when people change teams or leave.

Uleska Security Metrics

Let’s say you are a security engineer who’s running multiple security tools and you need to report on performance / security metrics on a frequent basis - continual improvement. You know better than anybody that pulling insights from different tools, continually, and reporting on security metrics (types of issues, risk levels, or issue #) changing over time, takes you ages to do manually, and it’s difficult to automate across lots of tools and teams. Time is a constraint and speed is a must.

How to use DevSecOps to reduce and focus issues raised?

One of the biggest challenges when rolling out a DevSecOps process is the volume of issues it can bring to light. From a development point of view, we don’t want the implementation of security in DevOps to give the dev team massive lists of vulnerabilities to check over on every build or release. We want to avoid anything that might cause unforeseen delays to keep everything on track - but we also want the application to be secure.

How to measure security metrics & continuous improvement in DevSecOps?

Many security departments and management teams want to improve their processes. DevSecOps introduces the ability for much more granular measurements than traditional manual security testing. Even simple measures can highlight gaps and areas for improvement where the budget can be spent. In this video Founder and CSO, Gary Robinson, takes a closer look at the challenges of KPI metrics for software testing.

How do you do DevSecOps without constant CI/CD changes?

Better collaboration between teams, faster time to market, improved overall productivity and enhanced customer satisfaction are just some of the benefits you can reap from successful DevSecOps. However, it’s not just a matter of wrapping a few security tool APIs into your favourite CI tool and calling it a day. DevSecOps programs and tooling grow and mature, as new tools are added, teams come onboard and processes update. You don’t want to clog up and confuse your CI/CD pipelines with constant changes to accommodate DevSecOps.

How to approach DevSecOps Security Automation

DevSecOps encourages security tasks to be wrapped and enabled with software development and operations tasks. The aim is to make them as seamless as possible while adding security value - and not more work. Identifying vulnerabilities is essential but it’s also time-consuming and often costly. Staples like CI/CD tools have seen widespread adoption, serving as a wake-up call for development teams about the genuine need for secure code at speed. How do companies and teams answer that call?

How Experienced Security Engineers Choose their Best Tools for Application Security

"What application security tools do I need?” This is the number one question we hear from security engineers rolling out an application security programme. It’s a good question. There are not only a lot of tools out there, but a lot of different types of tools. And application vulnerabilities are the number one target for cyber attacks – so securing your application with the right tooling is essential.

How to Speed Up Your Pipeline By Using Risk-based Security Decisions

DevSecOps can automate risk-based decisions and speeds things up in the process. It also keeps developers and security teams sane by allowing them to focus on what needs fixing and not sweating the small bugs. But how can we get to such a state of peace, we hear you ask? In this session, we’ll discuss how to quickly address risk in your AppSec program.