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The Security Professional's Role In DevSecOps World Guide

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What Will You Learn?

As development changes – along with the ways that security, development and operations work together – the role of the security professional within the development process is also changing in significant ways.

Application security is “shifting left.” As the responsibility for ensuring the stability and security of software shifts to developers, what does this mean for security professionals? What does their job look like if developers are responsible for security testing? Download The Security Professional’s Role in a DevSecOps World to find out:

  • What the security professional’s role and responsibilities look like in a DevSecOps shop
  • The DevSecOps cultural changes that will affect security
  • The attributes that security tools will need in this new landscape
  • Best practices for security professionals looking to not only survive, but thrive, in a DevSecOps world

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