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sysdig

Container Image Scanning for Azure Pipelines with Sysdig

Scanning a container image for vulnerabilities or bad practices in your Azure Pipelines using Sysdig Secure is a straightforward process. This article demonstrates a step by step example on how to do it. The following proof of content showcased how to leverage the sysdig-cli-scanner in Azure Pipelines. Although possible, it is not officially supported by Sysdig, so we recommend checking the documentation to adapt these steps to your environment.

Snyk

Integrating Snyk Open Source C/C++ security scanning into CI pipelines

Snyk Open Source supports C and C++ scanning for vendored open source dependencies via CLI — and we are happy to share that it is now available via our CI plugins as well. This guide will walk you through integrating C/C++ security scanning within pipelines to get vulnerability information and remediation advice directly to developers. Note that in the scope of this guide, we’ll refer to “C/C++” as just “C++”

tripwire

Everything You Need to Know About CI/CD and Security

CI/CD is a recommended technique for DevOps teams and a best practice in agile methodology. CI/CD is a method for consistently delivering apps to clients by automating the app development phases. Continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment are the key concepts. CI/CD adds continuous automation and monitoring throughout the whole application lifetime, from the integration and testing phases to delivery and deployment.

synopsys

Bridging the security gap in continuous testing and the CI/CD pipeline

Learn why Synopsys earned the highest score for the Continuous Testing Use Case in Gartner’s latest report. Gartner recently released its 2022 “Critical Capabilities for Application Security Testing” (AST) report, and I am delighted to see that Synopsys received the highest score across each of the five Use Cases.

Bionic.ai

Jenkins Plugins Reveal Several Zero-Day Bugs

Jenkins, the very popular open-source automation platform used by enterprises worldwide for building, testing, and deploying software, announced last week that it had identified 34 security vulnerabilities affecting 29 plugins. Of the 34 security vulnerabilities, 29 are categorized as zero-day issues. Full details of the announcement can be found in this disclosure by Jenkins on the dozens of zero-day bugs in multiple plugins from Bleeping Computer, but here are the basics.

LimaCharlie

CI/CD pipeline attacks: A growing threat to enterprise security

CI/CD pipeline attacks are a growing threat to enterprise security. In this article, we’ll provide an overview of CI/CD for non-developers, discuss the cybersecurity issues involved, and offer some recommendations for developers, companies, and security teams.

Snyk

Building a secure CI/CD pipeline with GitHub Actions

GitHub Actions has made it easier than ever to build a secure continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline for your GitHub projects. By integrating your CI/CD pipeline and GitHub repository, GitHub Actions allows you to automate your build, test, and deployment pipeline. You can create workflows that build and test every pull request to your repository or deploy merged pull requests to production.

Spectral

Top 10 CI/CD Automation Tools

Software teams have focused on agility since the world embraced Mark Zuckerberg’s motto to “move fast and break things.” But many still lack the confidence or tooling to accelerate their processes. What’s more: in the race to release more, ship faster, and prioritize speed, many have neglected thoughtfulness and security – with Facebook itself becoming the poster child of data misuse.

jfrog

Scan your software packages for security vulnerabilities with JFrog Xray

Scanning your packages for security vulnerabilities and license violations should be done as early as possible in your SDLC, and the earlier the better. This concept is also known as “Shifting Left”, which helps your organization comply with security policies and standards early on in the software development process. As developers, this may seem like a hassle, but with JFrog CLI it’s easy!