What Executives Should Know About Shift-Left Security

Published by

By Zachary Malone, SE Academy Manager at Palo Alto Networks The term “shift left” is a reference to the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) that describes the phases of the process developers follow to create an application. Often, this lifecycle is depicted as a horizontal timeline with the conceptual and coding phases “starting” the cycle on the left side, so to move any process earlier in the cycle is to shift it left. “Shift-left security” is the concept that security measures, focus areas, and implications should occur further to the left—or earlier—in the lifecycle than the typical pha…

Read More

See also  How artificial intelligence is helping to restore works of art

Leave a Reply