Workplace evolution is in favor of traditional siloes being torn down and replaced with increased cross-functional collaboration, working in lockstep to deliver better outcomes. But it is not as easy as it sounds.
Security and development teams have historically worked in siloes, which has created a long- standing disconnect between them. Both teams are responsible for different aspects of their company’s software, and the competing priorities, coupled with a large communications gap, has resulted in a cultural divide. This problem has been exacerbated by the increased pressure that digital transformation has put on the two teams. DevOps is tasked with pushing out products at accelerating speeds, while SecOps is facing increasingly complex threats and an overload of alerts. The result? Both are grappling with overwhelming workloads.
Source: Trend Micro