When AV software programs are designed independently, it is only natural that there is competition for resources in the zero-sum field in which they are playing.
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.
Existing software systems are slowing down security teams. How can information security professionals bridge the gap and improve response speed?
Virus protection software has come a long way in the past 30 years, and the advent of machine learning represents a bright future for malware fighters.
Outdated software offers familiarity for IT teams, but that's cold comfort when it comes to the hot seat of legal challenges and ransomware infections.
Test-driven development was created to inspire security analysts and developers to reconsider the way they plan, design and test software.
Enterprises may be devoting a lot of resources to software licenses and maintenance, but they can locate these areas of inefficiency with new solutions.
Software developers must learn how to build security in from the ground up to defend against the most common application attacks, as determined by OWASP.
The growth of IBM Security is outpacing the overall security software market by nearly three times, according to a recently released report from Gartner.
The Cloud Security Alliance's Software Defined Perimeter could be a valuable resource for health care providers trying to protect their clinical network.