The highly versatile Python programming language enables developers to write software for penetration testing, web development, applications and more.
An older MacOS API is still being used by many developers, despite risks. While a new API has been released, it isn't considered to be a good replacement.
Three Practical Tips That Empower Developers and Prevent Open Source Security Risks From Entering Your Code
There are many benefits to developing software using open source code, but these components can also introduce vulnerabilities into your code.
Incorporate Application Security Checks and Balances Into Your Organization’s Citizen Developer Initiatives
Citizen developer programs can reduce costs and boost efficiency, but they require heightened vigilance when it comes to application security.
The recently debuted QRadar App Editor can help users quickly and easily create a variety of apps to meet their business needs.
Security collaboration hits the next level with the IBM Security App Exchange, a marketplace for the security community to create and share apps.
In its first annual report, the AppConfig Community revealed significant growth across all membership categories since its inception in February 2016.
Test-driven development was created to inspire security analysts and developers to reconsider the way they plan, design and test software.
Web application developers must learn to think like cybercriminals to combat the growing threat of cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks.
New capabilities such as artificial intelligence and voice control make it easier to interact with our devices, but they also introduce security concerns.