The DevSecOps Day event during the recent RSA conference gathered IT and security professionals from around the globe. We used that opportunity to ask them how they see the fast-emerging discipline of DevSecOps. Since respondents were those who chose to attend a DevSecOps event, they represent a more advanced segment of the market, of those who are either already implementing or aspire to implement DevSecOps.
Our survey shows a wide adoption of DevSecOps among large organizations; 57% of respondents view their company as ready to implement DevSecOps, from both budget and expertise perspectives.
63% of respondents reported having a formal or informal DevSecOps team in-house, a five-fold increase over 2016. We see that despite its inherent complexity, DevSecOps is quickly gaining support and traction within and beyond information security teams, a trend that we think is irreversible.
Here are the key findings of our DevSecOps survey:
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