SafeHarbor – Secure Solution for DevSecOps

Security Centric Inc. SafeHarbor — a DevSecOps environment is architected on the StormCloud Gov platform designed for all projects. This innovative platform integrates the best-of-breed software, both commercial licensed and open source, including JIRA, Eclipse IDE, VC++, VSCodium, Confluence, Share Point and Visual Studio Foundation, to provide a comprehensive and blended solution.

The primary objectives of this ecosystem are to facilitate:

Digital Modernization in Cyber, AI, and C3:

Incorporating cutting-edge technologies and practices to enhance cybersecurity measures.

Advancing Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities for improved system intelligence.

Strengthening Command, Control, and Communications (C3) capabilities for enhanced operational efficiency.

Software Modernization in DevSecOps, Cloud, and Automation:

Embracing a DevSecOps approach to seamlessly integrate security into the software development lifecycle.

Leveraging cloud computing for scalable and flexible software solutions.

Automating processes to streamline development, deployment, and maintenance.

Digital Engineering with Continuous Testing and Digital Artifacts:

Implementing digital engineering principles to optimize system design and performance.

Ensuring continuous testing throughout the development lifecycle for robust and reliable software.

Generating and managing digital artifacts to capture and document key aspects of the development process.

Security Centric Inc. aims to empower organizations with a versatile and secure platform, fostering digital and software modernization while promoting efficiency and innovation in Cybersecurity, AI, and C3 (Command, Control, and Communications) domains.

StormCloud Gov

Who and Why

StormCloud Gov. SafeHarbor approach, integrates security practices into the DevSecOps pipeline, is crucial for government agencies developing in the cloud and defense contractors working on projects. Here’s why these entities need a secure, robust ecosystem for development, project tracking, and code storage:

Government Agencies Developing in the Cloud:

Security Compliance: Government agencies often deal with sensitive data and information. Adhering to security compliance standards is mandatory. DevSecOps ensures that security is integrated from the start of the development process, reducing vulnerabilities and ensuring compliance with regulations.

Rapid Deployment: Cloud environments enable rapid deployment of applications and services. DevSecOps practices ensure that security is not compromised during the fast-paced development and deployment cycles, allowing government agencies to deliver solutions efficiently without sacrificing security.

Continuous Monitoring: DevSecOps emphasizes continuous monitoring of the development pipeline. This enables agencies to identify and address security issues in real-time, reducing the risk of security breaches and ensuring the overall security posture of their cloud-based applications.

Defense Contractors Working on Projects:

Code Security: Defense contractors handle highly sensitive and critical projects. Securing the codebase is essential to prevent unauthorized access and protect intellectual property. DevSecOps integrates security measures directly into the development process, ensuring that the code remains secure throughout its lifecycle.

Bug Tracking and Testing: Defense projects require meticulous bug tracking and thorough testing to ensure the reliability and effectiveness of the developed solutions. DevSecOps practices streamline bug tracking and testing processes, providing visibility into security vulnerabilities and allowing for prompt remediation.

Collaboration and Accountability: DevSecOps promotes collaboration among development, operations, and security teams. This collaborative approach ensures that all stakeholders are accountable for security measures throughout the development lifecycle. This is particularly important for defense contractors, where accountability and transparency in development processes are crucial.