There are many tools available for implementing a DevSecOps approach, some of the popular ones include:
Static code analysis tools:
Such as SonarQube, Veracode, and Fortify, which scan code for potential vulnerabilities and security issues.
Dynamic application security testing (DAST) tools:
Such as OWASP ZAP, Burp Suite, and Nessus, which test web applications for vulnerabilities by simulating attacks.
Penetration testing tools:
Such as Metasploit, Nmap, and Aircrack-ng, which simulate real-world attacks to identify vulnerabilities.
Container security tools:
Such as Aqua Security, Sysdig Secure, and StackRox, which provide security for containerized applications.
Configuration management tools:
Such as Ansible, Puppet, and Chef, which automate the deployment and management of infrastructure and applications.
Security information and event management (SIEM) tools:
Such as Splunk, IBM QRadar, and LogRhythm, which collect and analyze security-related data from multiple sources.
Vulnerability management tools:
Such as Nessus, Qualys, and Rapid7 Nexpose, which automate the process of identifying and managing vulnerabilities.
Identity and access management (IAM) tools:
Such as Okta, OneLogin, and Auth0, which provide secure authentication and authorization for users and applications.
Network security tools:
Such as Wireshark, Snort, and Suricata, which monitor network traffic for security threats.