3 Key Reasons to Secure Dev Environments - Workstations, Application Secrets, CI/CD Tool Consoles

June 4, 2020

This 3-minute animation addresses questions raised by security leaders that want to better understand their organization’s development environments, the risks development tools expose and the best practices and approaches for securing them. Highlights three critical use cases with customer examples for securing developer endpoints, the applications being developed, and the tool admin consoles used to run CI/CD pipelines. 

While the animation highlights key examples, for a detailed drill down, best practices and practical steps review the whitepaper “Securing Privileged Access In Development Environments – Three Critical Use Cases”.

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