What is DevSecOps?

DevSecOps (an abbreviation for Development, Security, and Operations) is the practice of integrating security at the start of the software development life cycle (SDLC). Unlike previous practices in which security was not considered until the final stages of the life cycle, DevSecOps is a concept in which security is prioritized as a fundamental requirement throughout the software development process. Security is integrated into every stage, from planning to deployment. DevSecOps requires the development and operations teams to collaborate and make security a shared responsibility. Because security is integrated into the development process from the beginning, security issues are addressed as they emerge, when they are easier and less expensive to fix. This helps the team deploy secure and compliant applications.

Become A Certified DevSecOps Engineer (E|CDE)


The DevSecOps certification from EC-Council was created by subject matter experts to help professionals gain experience in designing, developing, managing, and deploying secure applications in both on-premise and cloud-native settings. This credential also helps candidates prepare for roles such as DevSecOps Engineer, DevSecOps Analyst, DevSecOps Specialist, and more.
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EC-Council Certified DevSecOps Engineer (E|CDE)

EC-Council Certified DevSecOps Engineer (E|CDE) is a hands-on, instructor-led comprehensive DevSecOps certification program that helps professionals build the essential skills to design, develop, and maintain secure applications and infrastructure.