The State of DevSecOps Report - Summer 2020

The adoption of cloud native infrastructure such as serverless, containers, and servicemesh are enabling organizations to rapidly deliver new innovations to market. Unfortunately, over 30 billion records have been exposed as a result of cloud infrastructure misconfigurations over the last two years and the velocity of cloud breaches continue to increase.

The latest State of DevSecOps report reveals that while exposed cloud storage services are a common theme, issues such as hardcoded keys are becoming increasingly common. Specifically, one in two deployments had unprotected credentials stored in container configuration files, which is worrisome given that 84% of organizations are using containers. The report studies the top cloud infrastructure risks plaguing organizations and illustrates how they contributed to three recent breaches at Capital One, Imperva, and CenturyLink.

Get a copy of the report to:

  • Dive deeper into top risks and gain an understanding of the state of DevSecOps
  • Glean lessons from past cloud breaches
  • Learn about the key best practices to consider as you rethink your approach to securing cloud native infrastructure