Contextual Security Analysis Guide
A Guide on Contextual Security Analysis
DevSecOps isn't working in most organizations. Developers experience an increase in security work, added complexity and slower build times.
“Right now, we have 12 to 15 security tools that run in our pipeline, causing the build to take hours on end.”
There has to be a better way.
A Positive Change for Our Industry
DryRun Security Co-founders James Wickett and Ken Johnson have created a guide for a new approach to DevSecOps: Contextual Security Analysis (CSA).
CSA layers static context, change context, and app context to make contextually aware assertions in near real-time and is ideal for modern applications, which are often distributed, microservices-based, and rely heavily on APIs and third-party components.
CSA is an approach that:
- fits naturally in an organization practicing DevOps
- prioritizes reducing security tool pressure on developers
- makes it easy for developers to reason about security
Download the guide to find out more about how to:
- find context using the SLIDE model
- reduce sectool pressure on the CI/CD pipeline
- provide collaboration between developers and security
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Prioritize protecting sensitive data and services, identify potential vulnerabilities, and evaluate the security implications of changes to the application.
Foster a culture of shared responsibility for security by encouraging developers and security teams to share knowledge and insights about the application's context.
Quickly assess the security implications of changes to the application, allowing them to iterate and innovate more rapidly.
Move from the binary view of secure or not secure and have a visual representation of how changes impact the system from routing and codepaths to functions and syntax.