Jaikumar Vijayan

Jaikumar Vijayan
Freelance technology journalist. A former Senior Editor of Computerworld, Jai is a journalist and technology content writing specialist, with 20+ years of award-winning experience in IT trade journalism. He is a correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor and a contributor to Dark Reading, eWEEK, Datamation, IBM Security Intelligence, and Third Certainty. He writes features and covers breaking news stories on information security, data privacy, and big data/business analytics. His recent projects include ERP case studies and an e-book on enterprise mobility management best practices.

Recent Posts from Jaikumar Vijayan

January 26, 2023

Lessons from Log4Shell: 4 key takeaways for DevSecOps teams

Top leaders and practitioners from eBay, Fidelity, T-Mobile and Tasktop share lessons from the Log4Shell vulnerability. Here are four key takeaways.
January 18, 2023

Supply chain security and compliance: Why software organizations should get out in front of requirements

Get out in front of software supply chain compliance requirements for a competitive advantage. Here's what your software organization needs to know.
November 21, 2022

4 ways GitOps can help secure your software pipeline

GitOps can help control configuration drift and enable your infrastructure security to shift left, for starters. Here are four ways it can enable better software security.
July 14, 2022

The state of DevSecOps: Where teams and tools are at—and where they're going

Making security part of development and release demands modern tools — and empowering your software team. Here's what you need to know.
July 6, 2022

The state of container security: Teams and tools are key to releasing software confidently

Container adoption is ramping up. With software supply chain attacks also on the rise, you need to expand your software security approach. Here's how.