Why I am Excited to Attend the DevSecOps Engineering Class

The opportunity exists to reinvent security and to do this we must redefine the roles and practices of security engineering. Information is available faster than the speed of your connection and cybersecurity risk is everywhere! 

Empowerment to change begins with getting level set on what DevSecOps really is and how to move fast to get there. That is why I am excited to attend the DevSecOps Engineering class and to acquire the DevSecOps Engineer certification!

Digital Transformations are not only real, they are accelerating. IT systems and software literally drive the world and that makes every business a digital tech business. Along with that is a proliferation of apps, devices and opportunities. Those opportunities are not always honorable; hackers abound. DevSecOps is a mindset that “everyone is responsible for security” with the goal of safely distributing security decisions at speed and scale to those who hold the highest level of context without sacrificing the safety required. 

As an IT professional, I want to be a part of THAT!

DevSecOps:
  • Ensures that security professionals are included as part of the DevOps team
    • Helps Dev and Ops professionals understand
    • How their decisions need and affect security
  • How to work with security to decrease and respond quickly to attacks
  • Integrates security practices into the DevOps process and pipeline automation
  • Strives to automate core security tasks

The opportunity exists to get your entire team and organization on the same page. Collaboration without education and training will not allow us to optimize at the level needed. We no longer have years and months to get the traction required. Security as code, required now.

Shared practices are encouraged so I know that I will come to class ready to participate in lively discussions about, benefits, challenges and how to move people, process and technology for optimized DevSecOps.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

What is the difference between Process Owner, Process Manager and Process Practitioner?

The Difference between Change and Release Management

The Role of Process Practitioner

Search This Blog