Secure Deployment: 10 Pointers on Secrets Management

In a previous blog we talked about secure deployment. Secrets management is an important part of that. So what does that mean? In this blog we’ll give some pointers on how to do secrets management well in the perspective of a secure deployment. It’s easy to start saying “use tool X to store the secret” or “have all these detection tools in place!”, but that would lead to blind spots. Instead, let’s take a look at some pointers that would help you increase secret security holistically.

That’s a whole lot of secrets to manage…
Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Birn_Municipal_Bank_HQ_Safes.jpg
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From Build to Run: Pointers on Secure Deployment

Our experience with resources on secure deployment

Have you ever searched for resources on “Secure Software Deployment”? Most of the results revolve around the pentesting or putting security tools in your CI/CD pipeline. It would be the same as researching how to improve your cake baking skills, but end up with manuals of kitchen appliances. We want to address this gap: in this blog, we want to give you key pointers for a secure deployment.

person holding black fruit near cake for secure deployment analogy
You definitely want to protect this cake from malicious actors by ‘deploying it securely’ 🙂

So, what should you think of? We’ll start with a few aspects that we believe are important to think of when you work on a secure deployment. After that, we will touch upon the areas that you need to work on to actually achieve it. Finally, we’ll advise where to go from here.

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