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Fusing Security into the Heart of Development and Operations!


In the fast-paced world of software development, delivering applications swiftly and securely is paramount. The integration of security practices into the DevOps process has given rise to DevSecOps – a transformative approach that harmonizes development, operations, and security to achieve continuous delivery with uncompromising security measures.


"Mastering DevSecOps" is your ultimate guide to understanding and implementing this game-changing methodology. Authored by leading experts in the field, this comprehensive book equips developers, operations teams, and security professionals with the knowledge and tools to embrace DevSecOps and build a secure and agile software development pipeline.

Mastering DevSecOps

  • 1.Understanding DevSecOps
    1.1.The Evolution of Software Development
    1.2.Introducing DevSecOps
    1.3.Key Principles of DevSecOps
    1.4.Benefits of Implementing DevSecOps
    1.5.Challenges and Misconceptions

    2.Agile Development and DevSecOps
    2.1.Agile Methodology Overview
    2.2.Integrating Security into Agile Practices
    2.3.Agile Tools and Techniques for DevSecOps

    3.Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment
    3.1.Introduction to CI/CD
    3.2.Building Secure CI/CD Pipelines
    3.3.Automated Testing and Quality Assurance
    3.4.Version Control and Release Management

    4.Infrastructure as Code (IaC)
    4.1.Understanding Infrastructure as Code
    4.2.Security Considerations for IaC
    4.3.Implementing Secure Infrastructure Pipelines
    4.4.Cloud Security and IaC

    5.Security Testing in DevSecOps
    5.1.Types of Security Testing
    5.2.Static Application Security Testing (SAST)
    5.3.Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST)
    5.4.Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST)
    5.5.Implementing Security Testing in CI/CD Pipelines
    6.Threat Modeling and Risk Assessment

    6.1.Understanding Threat Modeling
    6.2.Conducting Risk Assessments
    6.3.Integrating Threat Modeling into DevSecOps

    7.Secure Coding Practices
    7.1.The Importance of Secure Coding
    7.2.Common Security Vulnerabilities
    7.3.Secure Coding Techniques and Best Practices
    7.4.Code Reviews and Security Audits

    8.Identity and Access Management (IAM)
    8.1.IAM Fundamentals
    8.2.Implementing Secure Authentication and Authorization
    8.3.Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
    8.4.Identity Federation and Single Sign-On (SSO)

    9.Secure Deployment and Configuration Management
    9.1.Secure Deployment Strategies
    9.2.Container Security and Orchestration
    9.3.Configuration Management Best Practices
    9.4.Secrets Management

    10.Incident Response and Forensics
    10.1.Preparing for Incidents
    10.2.Incident Detection and Response
    10.3.Conducting Forensic Investigations
    10.4.Learning from Incidents and Building Resilience

    11.DevSecOps Culture and Mindset
    11.1.Building a DevSecOps Culture
    11.2.Shifting Left and Collaboration
    11.3.Breaking Down Silos
    11.4.Continuous Learning and Improvement

    12.Security Champions and Developer Enablement
    12.1.Empowering Security Champions
    12.2.Developer Enablement Programs
    12.3.Training and Education for DevSecOps

    13.Compliance and Governance in DevSecOps
    13.1.Regulatory Compliance and DevSecOps
    13.2.DevSecOps Governance Frameworks
    13.3.Auditing and Compliance Automation
    13.4.Balancing Security and Compliance with Agility

    14.Metrics and Measurement
    14.1.Key Metrics for DevSecOps
    14.2.Measuring Security Posture
    14.3.Security Analytics and Visualization
    14.4.Continuous Improvement through Metrics

    15.DevSecOps in Large-Scale Enterprises
    15.1.Challenges in Scaling DevSecOps
    15.2.Building a Secure DevOps Ecosystem
    15.3.Case Studies and Best Practices

    16.1.Tools and Technologies for DevSecOps
    16.2.Additional Resources
    16.4.About the author

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