Take this complimentary DevSecOps Maturity Assessment to acquire valuable insights for evaluating your DevSecOps approaches, identifying areas in need of improvement, and emphasizing the importance of advancing your DevSecOps maturity.Begin Your Assessment
DevSecOps represents a software development methodology that places a strong emphasis on seamlessly incorporating security into all phases of the software development lifecycle. By participating in our DevSecOps Maturity Assessment, you can pinpoint areas in need of enhancement and ensure alignment with industry best practices.
The DevSecOps Maturity Assessment encompasses eight crucial stages of DevSecOps practices, totaling 29 questions. This comprehensive evaluation will yield a personalized report, offering insights into your overall maturity level and providing specific recommendations to strengthen your security stance.
By thoroughly assessing your team's performance across these capabilities, you can determine whether your DevSecOps maturity falls into the early, intermediate, or advanced category.
At the early adopter level, companies are just starting to embrace DevSecOps practices. They may have a few security tools in place, but these tools are not yet fully integrated into their development process. There might be some awareness of security risks, but it's not a top priority. At this stage, companies should focus on building a strong foundation for DevSecOps by cultivating a security-focused culture and implementing basic security practices.
At the intermediate level, companies have made significant progress in adopting DevSecOps practices. Security is integrated into their development process, and it's a top priority for the entire organization. They have implemented a range of security tools and possess a clear understanding of the security risks they face. At this stage, companies should focus on optimizing their DevSecOps practices and continually improving their security posture.
At the advanced level, companies have fully embraced DevSecOps and have a mature and sophisticated security program in place. They have automated their security testing and integrated security into every aspect of their development process. A strong security culture is in place, supported by a clear and effective governance structure for security. At this level, companies should focus on staying up-to-date with the latest security threats and technologies while continuously enhancing their security program.
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