DevSecOps has become one of the hottest buzzwords in the DevOps and security ecosystem over the past couple of years. But what is it, and how do you turn it into reality? DevSecOps executes on the belief that security and development teams are jointly responsible for bolstering security – essentially bringing development and operations together. This methodology “bakes” security in as early as possible, covering the entire software development lifecycle, with the aim to find, fix, and prevent security vulnerabilities without degrading productivity or time-to-market. In theory, it’s easy to understand what DevSecOps means and why people care about it. But practically speaking, how do you actually achieve it? The reality is that many organizations that are adopting agile and DevOp methodologies discover that the security tools they once used can no longer keep up with the speed and frequency of releases. Here we explore the traditional SAST-DAST AppSec approach, the challenge it is facing when it comes to today’s pace of release delivery, and we introduce the new power couple to fit the DevSecOps era – SAST and IAST.