DevSecOPs And GDPR – Describing In 200 Words

  • Posted on : October 26, 2019
  • Author : SPEC INDIA
  • Category : DevOps

DevSecOps and GDPR

DevSecOps and GDPR, are, together promoting data security as a key strategy rather than implementing it as a part of the software development.

Protecting digital data against unauthorized accesses and violations requires strong data security strategy for every size and type of businesses.

Data security regulation like GDPR mandates strict adherence to data privacy standards and allow people to take control of their personal data. GDPR emphasizes security and consent before you collect, process, and store the data.

Software development companies dealing with data of EU citizens must adopt a security-driven approach like DevSecOps to address data security needs.

DevSecOps promotes security as a shared responsibility in software development to ensure maximum security of data.

Not only EU and UK have taken steps towards data security but many counties across the globe are planning to design data protection laws.

A powerful combination of GDPR and DevSecOps Offers:

  • Robust GDPR compliance
  • Security-first software design and process
  • Fosters collaboration among teams and brings agility
  • Allows implementation of ‘Security As Code’
  • Aims at faster software delivery with maximum security

DevSecOps is the best model to implement security from the start and supports almost all types of data protection regulations.

An Interesting Read: DevSecOps And GDPR

Author: SPEC INDIA

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