Will LaSala, director of security services, security evangelist, OneSpan
2020 will bring several new security features. DevOps and DevSecOps teams should look for more efficient tools that help them build their applications with simple drag and drop technologies. “The safety of drag and drop”, as we call it, will be great. Developers will find that they can build workflows using new cloud-based tools. These tools already have built-in security functionality, which can be monitored by our existing risk analysis tools and will greatly increase the security surrounding our customized business applications. Also, expect to see tools that focus on the possibility of adding security to applications with the same style of tools.
The minimal use of code will be the biggest driver of these tools. Now that DevSecOps and minimal code usage are starting to come together, we will see this new wave of the best of usability for security products.
A computer network is a set of computers that are connected together so that they can share information. The earliest examples of computer networks are from the 1960s, but they have come a long way in the half-century since then.
Contract automation technology was one of the first to emerge in this new world, but even it will become more streamlined and offer customers more ability to add security and more workflows, even in places that have traditionally been viewed as very complex or very difficult to add security. Security flow management, combined with AI-based risk analysis and adaptive authentication, with simple drag-and-drop configurations, will be the start of the first real move towards providing active digital security for everything the user does on the web or mobile apps.