Whether you're a small startup or an international enterprise, a successful application security program involves more than just scanning for vulnerabilities.
To compete in today's software market, developers are under pressure to build quality code quickly. But DevOps processes that fail to account for application security are bound to miss critical flaws.
Securing the Microservices Architecture: Decomposing the Monolith Without Compromising Information Security
Ditching monolith for microservices may be right for your organization, but it's critical to address the relevant security considerations early in the process.
If a safe, secure product and a satisfied customer base is the pot of gold at the end of your rainbow, it's time to build application security processes into your development cycle.
Like any relationship, DevSecOps works best when there is a solid commitment, open communication and strong resolve in the face of challenges.
To ring in the new year, application security teams should resolve to implement more security into the development process, prioritize consumer trust and pay more attention to false negatives.
Many IT teams have developed a habit of treating application security as an afterthought. As a result, it might be their greatest vulnerability.
To secure products that use open source components, organizations must first take stock of how much of this code they are using in their products.
A recent study from Positive Technologies shined a light on an attack vector that is often overlooked: the insecurity of web applications.
Protecting endpoint-generated data is the name of the game in cybersecurity today. However, increasing shares of shadow IT devices in the workplace are making app security a more significant challenge.