DevSecOps: the art of bringing security into the fold

John Leonard
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DevSecOps: the art of bringing security into the fold

QA and testers need to be first-class members of the team

The next two or three years will see continued changes in the QA and code testing roles. Security professionals in organisations where DevOps and associated practices are more advanced have already experienced...

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