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Ryan Lockard Names the Seven Deadly Sins of DevSecOps

katiemccaskey profile image Katie McCaskey Originally published at blog.sonatype.com on ・1 min read

Ryan Lockard Names the Seven Deadly Sins of DevSecOps [VIDEO]

_ Editor's Note: _ Ryan's story is included in "Epic Failures in DevSecOps, Volume 2", available for free download.

"It is said in Roman Catholicism that each of the seven deadly sins is uniquely bad. Any time one of these sins are committed, we must confess them and do all that we can to not transgress again. Applying the DevSecOps context, each of the failures discussed in this chapter are an opportunity to reflect, inspect and improve our own DevSecOps practices every day." -- Ryan Lockard, Epic Failures in DevSecOps, Chapter 7.

Watch his interview with host Justin Miller, on the Sonatype blog

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