DevSecOps has become a very developer friendly term in the past couple of years. This is so because, all this while, the manpower strength of developers to operations to security used to be very poorly managed in software application development teams. As security personnel were engaged only towards the end of the software development cycle, the overall project delivery timelines used to be prolonged to remediate the findings.
With a large adoption of advanced technology frameworks over the past decade, software applications have transitioned from software development to software assembly, thereby increasing the dependency on third-party software frameworks and libraries.
Check out the whitepaper for information such as key principles of DevSecOps, establishing the DevSecOps across CI-CD pipeline and more.