Integrating, and thus automating, security via the continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) processes of DevOps, an approach referred to as “DevSecOps,” is a topic that had, until somewhat recently, been discussed largely only at DevOps and cloud-specific forums and events. But DevSecOps is coming of age. The ongoing adoption of DevOps by enterprise organizations, and the growing interest in bringing security along for the ride, is getting the topic a bigger stage, with DevSecOps being presented in sessions at more mainstream events such as RSA Conference, the CISO Summit at Black Hat, and VMworld. The adoption of application containers and the Kubernetes environment that orchestrates their lifecycle across the build-ship-run continuum has also been a catalyst for CI/CD integrated security. Because DevSecOps starts with a cultural shift, leverages CI/CD methods, and requires purposeful controls, it is an amorphous concept not only hard to define, but challenging to make actionable.