The Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM) is a tool for measuring and evaluating software security initiatives, designed to help organizations plan, execute, mature and measure their software security initiatives (SSIs). BSIMM10, released today by Synopsys, is the latest version of the study and co-authored by Sammy Migues, principal scientist at Synopsys, Michael Ware, managing principal at Synopsys and John Steven, chief technology officer at ZeroNorth. The study highlights the impact of DevOps on software security initiatives, the emergence of a new wave of engineering-driven security efforts and how firms progress through three phases of software security maturity.
Key areas of findings in this year’s study focus on:
• DevOps’ impact on software security
• The new wave of engineering-driven software culture
• Navigating the software security journey at various stages of maturity
To download the report, visit www.bsimm.com/download.html.
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