Oct 1, 2020 - Itzik Gan-Baruch    

Secure your apps with the built-in security and compliance in GitLab CI

Developers get security and compliance feedback immediately after committing new code.

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GitLab comes with security features out-of-the-box and automated security testing with audit controls to facilitate policy compliance. Moving security testing farther left into the SDLC catches potential problems earlier and shortens feedback loops for developers. This means a faster time to market delivering secure, compliant, code and an increase in customer confidence.

Watch this short video (5 minutes) to learn how to configure GitLab security features, and setting up approval rules for merge requests.

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