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Securing the Cloud: A Guide to Effective Vulnerability Management

Explores the challenges of vulnerability management in cloud-native environments. Discusses identifying and prioritizing vulnerabilities, implementing vulnerability scanning and remediation strategies, and integrating vulnerability management into the DevOps workflow. Explores the role of automation, continuous monitoring, and collaboration between security and development teams.

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  • Discusses the evolution of vulnerability management over time. Highlights the rise of in-house software development and the need for new stakeholders.
  • Highlights the importance of asset identification, scanning, mitigation, remediation, and ongoing verification. Notes that speed of delivery is a business priority and developers are a key stakeholder in the vulnerability management program.
  • Organizations need to balance speed with security, involve developers without hindering their agility, and prioritize risk based on the context in which the software operates.
  • Additional tooling like Static Application Security Testing (SAST), Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST), Software Composition Analysis (SCA), and developer-friendly workflow tools are needed.
  • Risk prioritization of vulnerability assessment findings is crucial due to the complexity of modern architectures and the involvement of developers with little security training.

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