As IT workloads move to the cloud, organisations need to shift how they develop and deliver systems, and they also need to evolve their security practices.
Security practises have moved away from selecting and implementing network appliances and writing checklists, to Security as Code. That's the practise of reviewing infrastructure and service configuration templates, understanding how to correctly use cloud security services and APIs, and writing automated tests and continuous compliance policies.
Read this Micro Focus-sponsored report by the SANS Institute to learn:
- what security teams should understand about software development to meet high-velocity delivery demands
- which skills security teams need to architect secure cloud services and ensure that they catch and fix vulnerabilities as early as possible.
- the related risks, strengths and weaknesses of different cloud architectures and platforms.