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.
Many organizations still struggle with application and web security due to numerous persistent challenges, most of which relate to lack of oversight, poor planning and human error.
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.
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To keep up with increasingly sophisticated threat actors, many of whom have begun using AI in their attacks, organizations must fully embrace Agile security and risk management strategies.
Architecting segmentation defense in the cloud can be time-consuming, but it can offer tremendous security benefits at little to no additional cost.
Open banking promises to make financial services apps more convenient, but there's still a lot of confusion about how financial firms will protect customer data from rogue third parties.
Mobile application security has a blind spot: sensor data. Now, researchers warn this data could be used to crack user PINs.
Unlike the waterfall and agile approaches to development, SecDevOps requires security to be built into projects from the outset, not bolted on afterward.