The life sciences industry is at the forefront of data-intensive research and innovation. Scientists and researchers rely heavily on the collection, processing, and analysis of vast amounts of data generated by lab instruments. And they are often challenged by errors or confusion in managing data flows that in turn, have a direct impact on the quality of data and corresponding compliance with regulatory requirements.
Today, development is faster than ever. More apps and code are being written than ever before. There are more third-party dependencies in use to speed development, more containerization, and even code that controls the deployment and configuration of apps and the cloud. To ship quickly, developers need to stay on top of security issues. They want to understand how to build secure applications by getting feedback as they work.
Atlassian has long been helping agile teams collaborate, track progress, and manage projects more efficiently, and is now simplifying software security for Jira Software Cloud users. We’re excited to announce that JFrog has joined Atlassian as a security partner.
Our long-standing partnership with Atlassian is built on our mutual commitment to providing a great developer experience. It started with our native integration within the Bitbucket Cloud UI, and today we’re incredibly excited to announce yet another new door opening in our partnership. The new Snyk integration for Jira Software will bring security and collaboration to Atlassian users at every stage of the development lifecycle.
When it comes to the way we work, change is now the status quo — and it often happens so quickly that security teams have a tough time keeping up. Organizations that try to keep using their perimeter-based security solutions are hindering their workers’ ability to collaborate while also losing a handle on their data.
The Atlassian ecosystem provides thousands of companies with the ability to collaborate remotely through powerful, feature-rich SaaS applications like Jira. As such tools become the norm across companies, big and small, the amount of sensitive information stored in these systems will increase. This means that organizations need to prioritize minimizing the risk of exposure within cloud environments.
The Atlassian ecosystem provides thousands of companies with the ability to collaborate remotely through powerful, feature-rich SaaS applications like Confluence. Over the least year, the rise of remote work has meant many companies have hosted their internal information hubs on Confluence. As such tools become the norm across companies, big and small, the amount of sensitive information stored in these systems will increase.