Collaboration is key to a secure web application architecture

TechTarget recently ran an interview with “Web Application Security” author Andrew Hoffman, who explained the importance of a secure web application architecture and how to achieve it through collaboration between software and security engineers.
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DevSecOps: Closing the Security Gap With Developers

We talk a lot about building a culture in which every employee and department puts digital safety first. Everyone pitching in a little bit means the job gets done more thoroughly. Bringing developers, IT operations and security together in a DevSecOps format helps do that. It includes both processes and culture shifts, all of which […]

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Private LTE or 5G: Which Is More Secure?

Employees using mobile devices for work is nothing new. From health care workers using them for patient care to a salesperson checking work email in an airport, most of us have our phones on us at all times. However, the increase in the number of remote workers due to the COVID-19 pandemic has ramped up […]

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Asset Discovery Provider Panaseer Raises $26.5 Million

Asset and security control management provider Panaseer on Wednesday announced a new $26.5 million round of funding, bringing the total investment in the company up to $43 million.
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Apple Removed 95,000 Fraudulent Applications From App Store in 2020

In 2020, Apple removed or rejected hundreds of thousands of applications from the App Store for engaging in various forms of fraudulent behavior, including spam, mischief, and privacy violations.
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Rail Firm Staff Fail ‘Bonus’ Phishing Test, Chaos Ensues

“Click here to claim your bonus pay,” said email from a British train company. But it was a phishing test—and now the staff are hopping mad.
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Lessons in Securing Development Environments

The new world of software development is inherently collaborative — development teams are geographically dispersed and require easily accessible and automated tools to ship products and features quicker with confidence. The new generation of developme… Continue reading Lessons in Securing Development Environments

DevOps Security Startup Cycode Raises $20 Million

Cycode, an Israeli startup focused on securing DevOps tools, today announced that it has raised $20 million in Series A funding, which brings the total capital raised by the company up to $25 million.
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What are the Different Types of SSL Certificates Available?

While there is no doubt that a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate is crucial for your website to safeguard against cyberattacks, it could be challenging to choose the right one..
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Linux X86 Assembly – How to Build a Hello World Program in GAS

Overview In the last tutorial, we covered how to build a 32-bit x86 Hello World program in NASM.  Today, we will cover how to do the same thing, but this time using the GAS toolchain instead.  This will allow us to review the differences in the source … Continue reading Linux X86 Assembly – How to Build a Hello World Program in GAS