This "best practices" article aims to tell you something you haven't read a hundred times. This article won't give you the answer to everything because there isn't one right answer that fits all. It aims to make you think about your unique situation and make the best decisions in accordance.
Security should be something that companies implement into the software development lifecycle as early as possible. It should be a consideration at every step of development, from design and through to deployment and every incremental change made thereafter.
A data breach is one of the worst scenarios in today’s enterprise security. What’s your plan to remediate this kind of situation, minimize the impact, and ensure business continuity? Although there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all tactic, the following steps are crucial to a positive outcome.
More and more parts of the software development process can occur without human intervention. However, this is not without its drawbacks. To keep your code and secrets safe, you should add the following security practices to your CI pipeline.
With DevOps, we try to manage our infrastructure using pure code. Since all our infrastructure is managed by code, the security of the code that actually manages the infrastructure is crucial. This article looks at how we can keep our infrastructure as code secure.
While Vault and KMS share some similarities, for example, they both support encryption, but in general, KMS is more on the app data encryption / infra encryption side, and Vault is more on the secrets management / identity-based access side.
As outlined in the State of Secrets Sprawl report, 5 million credentials and other secrets get leaked on Github every year. This is an in-depth look into what file extensions most commonly contain secrets.
Storing and managing secrets like API keys and other credentials can be challenging, even the most careful policies can sometimes be circumvented in exchange for convenience. We have compiled a list of some of the best practices to help keep secrets and credentials safe.
There is no doubt that the world's workforce is becoming more remote, particularly in tech as developers can now work from any location in the world. But there are a large number of new obstacles that come with this. The most pressing is security.