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As we continue to explore some of the major themes from Gartner’s recent security conference, the theme of Continuous Security came up throughout the week. Gartner analyst Neil MacDonald spent time defining both the principles of CARTA – Continuous Adaptive Risk and Trust Assessment – and highlighting the priority security projects that adhere to those principles. Most security infrastructure, Neil argues, was designed for a world in which we knew good vs.
We recently highlighted Gartner’s advice to “shift right” with security, to avoid burdening developers from a security standpoint. Gartner analyst Dale Gardner continued that theme with this opening slide to his talk advising teams to “Fix What Matters” in the area of vulnerabilities. Dale noted that we excel at finding vulnerabilities, leading to the garbage heap analogy. “We end up with this graveyard of multiple vulnerability reports,” Dale observed. Bringing this world view into container security doesn’t make this problem any easier – indeed, now you have more “things” to secure.
Over the next week or so, I’ll be sharing some insights and observations from last week’s Gartner security summit conference. We’ll explore key conference themes around how DevOps and Security can work better together, the role of ML and automation, and the major challenges still confronting security practitioners. The infinite loop pictured here was a theme throughout many presentations. All visual models like this quickly become a little too complicated, but this vision of continuous security and a constant feedback loop between the build/deploy phase and the runtime phase really hits a chord with us here at StackRox.