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How to achieve SOC 2 Type 2 in 90 days with Drata and Kosli

Every software purchasing decision has a security impact, and with information security threats on the rise, companies are increasingly concerned about third party vendor risks. That’s why for companies to sell software these days it is no longer enough to be secure, you also need to be able to prove it. Over the last year or so we’ve noticed an increasing expectation that software companies, even SMEs and startups, should be SOC 2 compliant.

How to track Infrastructure as Code changes in Terraform with Kosli

Infrastructure as Code (IaC) has emerged as a cornerstone for efficiently managing and provisioning infrastructure. Among the many tools available, Terraform has gained unparalleled popularity, offering a declarative approach to defining and deploying infrastructure. But as organizations increasingly embrace IaC to achieve scalability, consistency, and agility, a critical challenge emerges: how to ensure compliance and authorization for infrastructure changes.

Kosli Achieves SOC 2 Type 2 Compliance: Strengthening Our Commitment to Security

We are thrilled to announce that Kosli has successfully completed a SOC 2 Type 2 audit, demonstrating our commitment to the security, quality, and operational excellence our customers expect. This achievement builds upon our existing SOC 2 Type 1 compliance, further solidifying our dedication to robust security practices.

How to record an audit trail for any DevOps process with Kosli Trails

In this article I’m going to introduce Kosli Trails. This is a new feature that allows you to record an audit trail for any DevOps process. It’s already in production and being used to record Terraform pipelines, CI processes, server access, feature toggles, and more.

How to build DevOps automations with Kosli Actions

Kosli allows regulated organizations to scale their continuous delivery so that they can deploy changes to production at maximum speed without the risk of non-compliance. It does this by recording all of the data you need to get through regulatory events like audits. With Kosli you can record everything that happens in your software delivery process from initial requirement all the way through to deployment to production. Events like builds, tests, scans, code reviews, etc.

DevOps Change Management Resources

The DevOps Change Management Content Hub is a set of resources for modern software teams who struggle to align their DevOps automation with their change management requirements. In our experience, cloud native teams with lots of automation struggle when they run into a compliance event like an audit, or need to achieve a security standard like SOC2 or ISO27001. How do you comply without adopting old fashioned change management practices and screwing up your DevOps?

Continuous Compliance Content Hub

The Continuous Compliance content hub is a set of guides for DevOps teams who need to move fast while remaining in compliance for audit and security purposes. We know that the old change management processes for software releases that happened once every 6 months don’t scale for DevOps teams who want to deploy every day. This is where Continuous Compliance comes in.

A Guide to Continuous Security Monitoring Tools for DevOps

DevOps has accelerated the delivery of software, but it has also made it more difficult to stay on top of compliance issues and security threats. When applications, environments and infrastructure are constantly changing it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain a handle on compliance and security. For fast-moving teams, real time security monitoring has become essential for quickly identifying risky changes so they can be remediated before they result in security failure.

Understanding ISO27001 Security - and why DevOps teams choose Kosli

Modern software delivery teams find themselves under constant pressure to maintain security and compliance without slowing down the speed of development. This usually means that they have to find a way of using automation to ensure robust governance processes that can adapt to evolving cyber threats and new regulatory requirements.