Design thinking for DevSecOps culture building
As security professionals we’re all curious, we wonder how certain technologies work, how they break, and what we can do to manipulate this digital world around us. Our curiosity often stops when it comes to culture change, to understanding people, teams, and the many challenges they are going through relative to our own. As we charge full steam into the age of DevSecOps, we owe it to ourselves to put that natural curiosity to work through design thinking; to build cultures that work for each of us. Design thinking is intended to bridge the gap between differing opinions and objectives across development, operations, and security to find outcomes that are desired, technically feasible, and economically viable in each unique team and company situation. Stop trying to fit square pegs into round holes, start designing your way towards successful outcomes.