Agile businesses don’t bolt-on security.
Data breaches send shockwaves through even the most steadfast companies, but shouldn’t be the only cybersecurity concern. Research from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) found that 90 percent of security incidents result from exploits against defects in software. With software driving our world, and firmware/applications operating devices such as IoT, the exponential increase in risk should concern most organizations.
Today’s companies rely on Agile methodologies for software development to offer customers what they want, when they want it. Despite the benefits, the efficient process doesn’t help software developers address most security concerns and leads to inefficient “bolting on” of cybersecurity. Without security baked in, a single product vulnerability could expose customers and put the entire company at risk.
At NeuEon, we understand that high-performance product development is the determinant of business success. Since most developers are not cybersecurity experts, we want to ensure that your team delivers products that are also secure. To support this, we offer the following to meet the end goal of a seamless security and Agile mix:
- Integrate security processes and practices into the software development lifecycle, which are practical without significant impact on schedules
- Direct knowledge transfer of cybersecurity to transform DevOps to DevSecOps
- Efficient and effective risk management techniques that identify and address more than vulnerability scans can offer
- Actionable security roadmap to converge security into product development and support business goals
Unlike other consultancies that specialize in either Agile development or security, NeuEon’s team, comprised of expert and diverse skillsets, converges both disciplines to:
- Help product companies infuse security directly into their SDLC
- Bridge the siloes of security and development with a practical approach
- Protect the company and its customers
Read more about our Cybersecurity Leadership Practice