DevSecOps Consulting

What is DevSecOps?

DevOps stands for development and operations which is a practice of tools that are used in combining the software development or application development (Dev) process with the information technology operations (Ops). DevSecOps is an advanced step of DevOps. DevSecOps extends the DevOps mindset by a philosophy that integrates security practices into every phase of DevOps.

Why Implement DevSecOps?

  • Minimizes the frequency of security issues
  • Continuous Integration. Continuous Development. Continuous Security.
  • Helps in increasing Your organization’s ability to deploy critical applications and services at a faster rate.
  • DevSecOps solves for both DevOps and Security/Compliance at the same time.
  • It also helps in managing cybersecurity.

How To Implement DevSecOps?

KSApex has always believed in adopting improvised and optimized changes. “DevSecOps” is no exception to our values. Our developers classify this service into 3 versions based on priority.

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DevOps

The DevSecOps model factors in security, but it is not the top priority. DevOps teams are not usually equipped with implementing all-round security measures, and in-house information security teams generally arrive late to deal with security issues.

DevOpsSec

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In this pattern, the security is being put in the development process at the end, figuratively and literally. After Developing and deploying the application the security gaps are filled by the information security team. This term puts security at the end; then fills in any security gaps. is to ensure tight security.

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SecDevOps

This approach blends the continuous integration and continuous development (CI/CD) pipeline and security efforts, which includes considering the issues in security before the development starts and at each step of the ongoing process.

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