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How to integrate continuous API fuzzing into the CI/CD?

API security is a growing concern for businesses that offer or consume APIs. APIs, or application programming interfaces, allow different software systems to communicate and exchange data. They allow businesses to build integrations and connect with partners, customers, and other stakeholders. However, as more sensitive data is being shared through APIs, it is essential to ensure that these interfaces are secure and protected from unauthorized access or manipulation.

Securing your Jenkins CI/CD Container Pipeline with CrowdStrike

In any software development cycle, it is best practice to catch issues as early as possible since it both improves security and decreases the workload for both developers and security. In order to do this, CrowdStrike offers solutions for developers at build time that allow them to assess their Docker container images and review summarized report data integrated with their favorite CI/CD tools like Jenkins.
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Securing your Jenkins CI/CD Container Pipeline with CrowdStrike

In any software development cycle, it is best practice to catch issues as early as possible since it both improves security and decreases the workload for both developers and security. In order to do this, CrowdStrike offers solutions for developers at build time that allow them to assess their Docker container images and review summarized report data integrated with their favorite CI/CD tools like Jenkins.

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Automating web security testing within your DevOps pipelines

Seeker IAST helps organizations achieve continuous testing without creating friction in DevOps pipelines. In traditional security, developers run tests for code security and operators ensure that firewalls and other protections work in the production environment. Access control and other tasks are handled by security experts and managers. DevSecOps uses version control and CI/CD pipelines to configure and manage security tasks automatically, across all teams, before deployment.

Customer Office Hours: CI/CD Best Practices

Learn tips and tricks on how to implement, troubleshoot and scale deployments. For example, should you scan in the CICD or in SCM? What implementation methods should you use - plugin, npm, binary…? We will cover this and more. Host: Sebastian Roth, Senior Solutions Engineer Seb brings his expertise as a Principal Software Engineer & Team Lead for over 17 years into the DevSecOps community, where he now focuses on process improvements and shares best-practices to improve security posture.
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Mend SCA Action within Amazon CodeCatalyst Brings Additional Application Security to Developers

Announced today at AWS re:Invent, Amazon CodeCatalyst brings together everything software development teams need to plan, code, build, test and deploy applications on AWS into a streamlined, integrated experience.

How to Migrate Snyk to the new Bitbucket Cloud App Integration

Snyk has a new and improved Bitbucket Cloud App. The new Snyk Security for Bitbucket Cloud App features the same Bitbucket experience with a streamlined onboarding process and improved enterprise functionality. Here's how to migrate your existing Snyk as Bitbucket Cloud App (Legacy)—to the new Bitbucket Cloud App integration.
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How to use GitHub Actions environment variables

To improve the efficiency of releasing working code into a production environment, implementing a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline is a great practice. These pipelines automate the process of checking that a code change is ready for release and provides tools to automate the release to a production environment. One popular way to do this is to use your existing version control system.

Shifting Left with the Crowdstrike and AWS CI/CD Pipeline

CI/CD combines the practices of continuous integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) to allow DevOps teams to deliver code updates frequently, reliably, and quickly. CI/CD emphasizes automation throughout the development lifecycle (Buid, Test, Deploy). By replacing the manual efforts of traditional development, code releases can happen more frequently, and with less bugs and security vulnerabilities. At CrowdStrike, we focus on integrating security into the CI/CD pipeline. As part of the functionality of CrowdStrike’s Falcon Cloud Workload Protection (CWP), customers have the ability to create verified image policies to ensure that only approved images are allowed to progress through the CI/CD pipeline and run in their hosts or Kubernetes clusters.