Many IT teams have developed a habit of treating application security as an afterthought. As a result, it might be their greatest vulnerability.
Application developers can accelerate the pace of innovation in data security by making it easy for third parties to integrate with their platforms.
A recent study from Positive Technologies shined a light on an attack vector that is often overlooked: the insecurity of web applications.
To protect their organizations from threat actors targeting software vulnerabilities, security leaders should adopt an integrated approach to application security risk management.
What's the first step toward prioritizing security vulnerabilities? Know which open source components developers use in their code and monitor them for alerts using SAST tools.
New regulation requires all financial institutions in New York City to conduct thorough risk assessments for application security and other IT issues and implement programs to address those risks.
Step into the shoes of an insurance company CEO chasing digital transformation. Read on as she tries to avoid missteps in this story about modernization, risks, fraud and user experience.
Software development kits enable technology partners to build integrations that fill in gaps and extend the functionality of core products, boosting collaboration and innovation among cyberdefenders.
HTTP response headers aim to help protect web applications from cross-site scripting (XSS), man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks, clickjacking, cross-site request forgery and other threat vectors.
SecDevOps requires an organizationwide cultural shift that holds everyone responsible for security and redefines the development team's role in properly securing applications from the start.