Amid all the talk of shifting left, mingling the DevOps and Security tribes and how can we do code better, faster and with more quality a funny thing happened. Security vendors are developing security tools for devs and DevOps. The security team still pays for them, but they won't buy them without Dev and DevOps buy in. What does this mean for 2020? Will we see better "quality (codeword for security)" in our apps? What should security teams be doing to make this happen? What should Devs and DevOps teams do to adopt these new developer-friendly tools? Is 2020 the year DevSecOps makes a difference?
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