Agile IT Security Implementation Methodology
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Agile IT Security Implementation Methodology by Jeff Laskowski
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Agile Project Management for Information Security Continuous Monitoring Response
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Three Characteristics of a Successful Agile Security and Risk Management Implementation
Security built on insecurity Perimeter security model Security landscape Summary. Evolving risks Cloud computing risks. Agile blueprinting Summary.
Developing security policy Governance basics Articulate security value Agile second policy Summary. Security awareness Ebbinghaus effect Policy awareness Attack recognition awareness Awareness certification Memory retention Summary. Agile structure Spreading risk Compliance and privacy Supply chain Summary. Agile culture Agile training Agile fears Summary. Mind-map example Mind-map tools Summary. Agile compliance Summary. Agile team success factors Agile risk success factors Factors in the success of Agile countermeasures Summary.
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Six Steps to Secure Software Development in the Agile Era
Add To Cart. Start a FREE day trial. Combine the Agile software development best practices with IT security practices to produce incredible results and minimize costs Plan effective Agile IT security using mind mapping techniques Create an Agile blueprint and build a threat model for high value asset Written in easy to understand, jargon-free language by a senior IT Specialist with IBM's Software group.
Security built on insecurity. Perimeter security model. Managed Services On-demand resources and expertise to augment and accelerate application security. Professional Services Strategy and programs that address security before, during and after development. Fuzz Testing Defensics Test Suites. Product Education.
Become a partner. Resources Events Webinars Newsletters Blogs. All Synopsys. Application Security for Agile Development Build security into your tools and processes. What is agile development? Software security can disrupt agile workflows Software security testing solutions can delay or impede agile workflows when: Results are inaccurate, which can lead to hours of separating false positives from real issues.
Developers need to spend time manually configuring and initiating analyses. Scanning times delay release schedules. Agility requires automation Implementing security in agile development requires solutions with flexible and automated SDLC integrations, so development teams can quickly scan their code based on their changing needs.
Tailor your approach to a secure, agile SDLC The Synopsys application security portfolio empowers development teams to build their automated security testing strategy around their technical environment, timeline constraints, and personal preferences. Managed Services Managed security testing provides development and DevOps managers with the flexibility to test their code on demand. Professional Services Work with our software security and development experts to plan and implement a secure, agile SDLC.