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Change Management in Development and Operations

While looking into IT Service Change Management, and primarily in accordance with ITIL, there was one thing that stood out. There seems to be a disconnect between the the development point of view and how change management is implemented by operations. With that I mean that the implementations I have seems to be more applicable for finished product than with software developed in house. The change management processes works when a change is either adding a new product or installing a new version....

May 11, 2024 · 2 min · Oskar Edbro

Security for Any Administrator Team

Previously I’ve written a post about security for development teams, and now it’s time for the continuation. Just as for developer there are great benefits in performing security tests for administrators. However, the methodology when testing the infrastructure is not the same as when testing an application. In this post I’m going to introduce categories of testing for administrators in much the same way as I did for developers, allowing any team to begin thinking about security and performing basic security testing....

May 8, 2021 · 3 min · Oskar Edbro

Security for Any Development Team

There are very few, if any, development teams that introduces vulnerabilities into their software out of malicious intent. Instead it is mistakes that are introduced due to lack of time, awareness, or something alike. There are lots of materials out there that are either super detailed for a specific technology stack, or on such a high level it is hard to apply in the real world. With this post I will try to do the impossible, to describe how you work with security in a practical manner, regardless of what technology you use....

March 5, 2021 · 5 min · Oskar Edbro