With all of the threats from ransomware attacks and hacking of government systems, cybersecurity gets more and more important all of the time. You even need to worry about your home computer because there are hackers out there who just like to be malicious. But big companies need extra help in coordinating all of their day to day work with their security teams.
According to IBM, DevSecOps automatically bakes in security at every phase of the software development lifecycle, enabling development of secure software at the speed of Agile and DevOps.
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DevSecOps, IBM explains, is short for development, security, and operations. It automates the integration of security at every phase of the software development lifecycle, from initial design through integration, testing, deployment, and software delivery.
Founded in 2018, Rezilion is an autonomous DevSecOps Platform that helps organizations take control of their actual attack surface. Rezilion says that its tech seamlessly leverages the existing DevOps stack, Rezilion to eliminate most of the manual work required to protect applications from vulnerabilities and threats with its vulnerability validation, autonomous mitigation, and tech debt reduction solutions.
Basically, the idea here is to bridge the gap” between the engineering people on one side and the security people who protect what they design. Rezilion explains that while code development has been largely automated with DevOps, it has also left what they describe as a debilitating bottleneck that blocks coordination between the engineers and the cyber security teams.
“At Rezilion, we are deeply committed to helping organizations drive their own innovation by reducing the resource drain, inaccuracies and operational friction created by manual security work,” said Liran Tancman, co-founder and CEO of Rezilion. “We know there’s never been a better time for organizations to experience what we call ‘trust in motion,’ or the peace of mind that comes from moving fast while staying safe and secure.”
“Our technology brings developers and security teams together,” says Shlomi Boutnaru, co-founder and CTO of Rezilion. “This funding round will allow us to dramatically accelerate our vision by advancing product development and driving growth on a global scale.”