16 Reasons DevSecOps Efforts Fail (And How To Get Them Right)
With high-profile cyberattacks regularly hitting headlines, it’s not surprising more and more companies are embracing the DevSecOps movement. With the goal of incorporating security features and focus at every stage of the development process — from conception to release — DevSecOps brings development, security and operations teams together to build better, stronger processes and products In theory, at least.
In reality, adopting DevSecOps isn’t a simple, single step. It requires new partnerships and processes backed by the full commitment of stakeholders. If everyone isn’t on board for this significant paradigm shift, it can easily fail.
In this article, 16 members of Forbes Technology Council, including Axiomatics President & CEO Jim Barkdoll, share common reasons why DevSecOps efforts fail and how these missteps can be avoided.
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