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using components with known vulnerabilities

todayOctober 15, 2021


secure coding + DevSecOps + Website security + OWASP TOP 10 + WordPress + blog Z. Oualid

Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities prevention

With the race to make software development even faster, companies start to adopt a new way technique based on using already developed code components. Unfortunately, this development technique comes with many security vulnerabilities that have made the software even less secure regardless of the enhancement the used development technology has ...

Cloud DevSecOps

todaySeptember 25, 2021


blog + DevSecOps + Cloud Z. Oualid

What is cloud DevSecOps ?

When we speak about secure development and how we can speeds up the development process the first concept that gets into our head is the DevSecOps. More and more companies around the world have started to implement it because it has proved its effectiveness. Some companies have opted for a ...

DevSecOps implementation

todaySeptember 23, 2021


blog + secure coding + DevSecOps Z. Oualid

The ultimate guide to starting Devsecops | step by step

Adopting and implementing the Devsecops principles in your development process is becoming more and more important to produce secure applications. Unfortunately, by searching this subject on Google you can’t find a step-by-step process that explains this in detail. Therefore, here are the steps to successfully start a Devsecops: Enhance security ...

dynamic application security testing DAST

todayMay 31, 2021


blog + DevSecOps Z. Oualid

DAST vs Pentest in DevSecOps

One of the most confusing systems in the DevSecOps methodology is Dynamic application security testing (DAST). Many people I’ve met think are basically confused between DAST penetration testing and either a DAST tool can be part of the DevSecOps or not. Therefore, in this blog post, I am going to ...


todayMay 28, 2021


blog + secure coding + DevSecOps Z. Oualid

Pros and cons of Devsecops

In the last few years, I have worked with some companies in the market to implement security in their DevOps system, and it was really a good experience that let me understand what really works and what doesn’t in a DevSecOps environment. Here is a table that summaries the pros ...