Closing the Zero-Day DevSecOps Disconnect

With a major cybersecurity skills shortage continuing to plague the industry, better collaboration among developers and DevSecOps at key points in the software supply chain can help to avoid the worst zero-day outcomes.

The learnings presented here will help IT leaders in development, security and operations reduce the risk and damage of zero-day attacks and unexpected failures in today’s cloud native and container-based delivery environments.

See examples of how the most successful organizations proactively disseminate best practices for streamlining and securing containers, through a ‘service bureau’ model or Center of Excellence (CoE) capability.

In this report:

  • Understand how zero-day attacks typically appear within cloud application infrastructures

  • Learn of supply chain security tools and practices for containers within the DevSecOps lifecycle

  • Discover current challenges around Software Bills of Materials (SBOMs)

  • Learn how to establish a Center of Excellence (CoE) for container optimization within your organization

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