DevSecOps as a Service
Today’s Security Leaders are up against these Key DevSecOps Challenges
They are Expected to Solve these Challenges by working with these Constraints
Challenge 1: Measure current level of DevSecOps maturity
Kaiburr’s DevSecOps Discovery and Policy as Code engines help answer questions like the following for all Applications in an Organization -
- Which apps (and pipelines) have what scans performed today for Code Quality, SAST, DAST, Image Scan, SCA scan?
- Are the approved threshold applied for each scan?
- Are there specific releases when certain scans were not performed (deactivated)?
- Are the required segregation of duties performed during the code promotion and release process?
- Are only approved features being worked upon, committed and released?
- Are the necessary peer reviews performed on the code?
- Are only approved employees reviewing code?
Challenge 2: Standardized DevSecOps implementation and maturity is a long drawn out process
Kaiburr enables accelerated DevSecOps implementation with little to no effort from Application Developers through Simplification of Pipelines in a Micro-services Model
Challenge 3: Minimizing Developer Effort on DevSecOps Implementation and Vulnerability Remediation
Kaiburr’s DevSecOps Microservices help –
- Minimize Developer Effort to just a few lines of CI-CD changes
- Little to no effort required from Developers to learn DevSecOps tools
Kaiburr’s Unified DevSecOps Vulnerability Reports help –
- Developers with a unified view of all vulnerabilities in their applications
- Eliminate the need for Developers to login to different tools for various scan results
- Reduce Developer Effort on False Positive Analysis
Challenge 4: Knowing the current state of DevSecOps Vulnerabilities and Risk is very hard
Kaiburr’s DevSecOps Vulnerability Reports and Unified Risk Dashboards help –
- Application and BU Owners to know precisely the current level of security risk
- DevSecOps, CISOs and CIO/CDOs with the overall Org level security risk and top applications at risk
Challenge 5: It is difficult to guarantee and prove DevSecOps Compliance
Kaiburr’s Policy as Code engine helps automate compliance, auditing and to prove Continuous Validation of DevSecOps Coverage in the Organization
Challenge 6: Hard to enable effective use of DevSecOps tools and keep their costs low
Kaiburr helps optimize DevSecOps tooling cost by –
- Enabling use of both open source and commercial tools based on the Risk Appetite of Apps
- Tracking License Usage of scanning tools so the spend is optimized
Challenge 7: Optimal DevSecOps Operations with High Availability and Self Service is difficult
Kaiburr enables DevSecOps Workflows with a Self Service Catalog –
- Enabling high developer and team productivity in a self service model
- High Availability of pipelines and tools
Kaiburr’s DevSecOps Innovations at a Glance