Agile projects are 28% more likely to be successful. This whitepaper explores the tests, challenges, and opportunities of security testing in the scope of Quality Assurance (QA) in an agile development environment.
Within the last two decades, the approach to software development has changed drastically. Agile development has gotten much more popular within the software world ever since agile methods were first introduced over 15 years ago.
66% of development teams are now using agile methods to create new features in their software development process, and almost three-quarters of companies use agile methods in project management. The wide adaptation of these methods doesn’t just come without reason. According to PwC, agile projects are 28% more successful than traditional projects using the waterfall method.
But how does this new ubiquitous methodology change how we approach testing and quality assurance (QA)? What unique challenges arise for test managers, and how can they overcome these to maintain or enhance their profession? This white paper will show the impact of agility on software development and examine the challenges QA Managers face in an agile development environment. It will give you multiple approaches to successfully integrating quality and security into agile methods.