DevOps accelerates processes, but according to Attivo Networks it also creates new attack vectors. CI / CD, i.e. continuous integration and delivery mechanisms, would offer potential attackers new opportunities to penetrate the network. Read the complete article in DevInsider. Share on: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook
Authored by: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Deception Officer, Attivo Networks – DevSecOps has become a hot topic in the cybersecurity community as organizations increasingly turn to DevOps for software development and IT operations. The continuous nature of DevOps development allows attackers the opportunity to insert malicious code that will then deploy throughout the network. The Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) mechanisms upon which DevOps operates present attackers with new ways to infiltrate the network. Deception has emerged as a pivotal way to mitigate those risks and address the challenges of securing DevOps environments.
Chris Roberts, Chief Security Strategist at Attivo Networks, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, will be a featured speaker at All Day DevOps 2019, on November 6, 2019. Now entering its fourth year, the free event will bring together more than 30,000 DevOps professionals worldwide for interactive education and peer-to-peer insights.