As you take a step back to view your organization's infrastructure landscape, you might notice a pronounced rift between your build and runtime. This gap often signifies an age-old challenge – one that many organizations grapple with – the disconnect between DevOps and security.
Traditionally, distinct toolsets were used by DevOps and security engineers. Each operated in their separate realms, with limited interaction and understanding of each other's challenges. While this may have been the norm, the question remains: Is it efficient, and more importantly, is it safe?
The Problem with the Current Workflow
DevOps and security, though they play different roles, share a common goal: ensuring the robust performance and security of your organization's infrastructure. Unfortunately, their isolated working methods can unintentionally increase the company's vulnerability to risks.
Picture this: A security engineer identifies a vulnerability and logs it into a ticketing system. Then, they wait for a DevOps engineer to notice the ticket, understand the issue, and finally address it. Not only is this process sluggish, but it also has a higher margin for error and misunderstanding. It's a classic case of ineffective communication leading to inefficiency.
Mondoo's Solution to the DevOps and Security Gap
This is where Mondoo comes into play, offering a compelling solution – Security as Code. This approach allows DevOps and security engineers to work collaboratively using a unified toolset. More importantly, it integrates the security results directly into the environments where they are most needed.
The Benefits of Mondoo's Approach
Integrating Mondoo into your workflow eliminates unnecessary friction and enhances efficiency. Your security engineers can directly convey vulnerabilities to DevOps, who can then swiftly take action to rectify the issues.
Here's a specific example: A Company in the manufacturing industry integrated Mondoo into their workflow, allowing security vulnerabilities to be detected and rectified in real-time, rather than waiting for the traditional ticketing system. This approach resulted in a 30% reduction in resolution time, saving resources and boosting their overall security posture.
Furthermore, with Mondoo's approach, the valuable time and effort spent managing separate tools, interpreting tickets, and coordinating efforts between the DevOps and security teams can instead be directed towards proactive security enhancement and innovation.
In conclusion, breaking down the silos between DevOps and security isn’t just about increasing efficiency; it’s about fostering a culture of collaboration, enhancing security, and leveraging resources effectively. Don't let poor tooling be a barrier between your DevOps and security team. Implement a solution that brings them together, makes their jobs easier, and enhances your security posture.
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