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Securing DevOps: Why traditional security doesn't work

Traditional gate-based software security methods are having serious problems scaling and keeping up with modern development speeds. You just don’t have time for manual audits, pen tests, compliance checklists, etc. any more.

You need to build application security into continuous delivery circles, but this requires a new way of thinking about app security.

Dive into this whitepaper of DevSecOps to learn how to keep your DevOps app development process from repeating the same security mistakes of the recent past.

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