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Trend Micro Survey finds Lack of IT Security Input in DevOps Introduces Cyber Risk

Trend Micro’s survey reveals that the lack of security involvement in DevOps projects is creating cyber risk for 72% of IT leaders.

Trend Micro’s survey reveals that organizational silos create unnecessary security risk for global businesses. The lack of security involvement in DevOps projects was reportedly creating cyber risk for 72% of IT leaders.

 In an effort to better understand the DevOps culture, Trend Micro commissioned independent research specialist Vanson Bourne to poll 1,310 IT decision makers in SMB and enterprise organizations across the globe about their organizational culture.

 DevOps is a bigger priority today than a year ago for 79% of companies, but 34% admitted security teams are not always consulted in project plans. This is despite 94% of respondents stating that they have encountered security risks when implementing projects.

 This challenge is also highlighted in newly published research from ESG, also commissioned by Trend Micro along with other cybersecurity vendors, which states that only 20% of cloud-native application security product purchases for DevOps projects are actually made by IT security teams. To tackle the issue, ESG found that 68% of organizations have, or plan to have, a centralized team to handle DevOps security.

 ESG’s survey found only 30% of organizations include a member of their cybersecurity team from the beginning of their software development process. Trend Micro has designed its solutions to help DevOps and security teams operate more seamlessly.

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