Lean Security is designed to measure your teams abilities to automate and secure the deployment of infrastructure and software. To perform the assessment we rely upon direct staff interviews, architecture and documentation reviews and pair programming with your engineers. All of the collected data will be entered into the LS/IQ platform to enable stakeholders to visually understand the maturity of the team and review the roadmap for the team to improve.
Our methodology is the combination of several disciplines to ensure a holistic view of an organization’s online software and infrastructure. This holistic view strengthens the company’s IT architecture. This service brings Agile, Lean, Security and DevOps together into one practice. This is accomplished through implementation of four core principles to each practice.
Lean Security Assessment Process
The Lean Security Assessment is broken into 4 main categories of vision, collection analysis and reporting. The New Context LS/IQ team begins our on-boarding process by sitting down with your team to understand your vision, strategy and mission. Next follows an iterative and cyclical process of collecting data, analyzing and generating a final report.
As part of the support process and use of LS/IQ, the customer key stakeholders or management will establish desired time and effort based objectives.
The objectives typically include:
Findings are delivered within the LS/IQ interactive platform inclusive of a roadmap showing a path to reach the client’s goals.