For most Americans, Tax Day (April 15) is a dreaded, recurring deadline (or headache) on the calendar that many will put off and scramble to meet in time.
The WhiteHat Security team has just returned from another successful RSA Conference in San Francisco.
For many people, January is primetime to finally install or deploy new technology like home care gadgets they were gifted during the holiday season.
As 2019 draws to a close and we reflect on our accomplishments and determine how we can improve in the year ahead, it’s become a year-end tradition for us (and extremely valuable) to look back and share the major application security lessons we’ve learned individually as a team.
With the holiday season now in full swing, retail companies have been readying their stores and websites for the influx of holiday shoppers over the next few weeks.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a bit of a buzzword, and it has been thrown around quite a bit in the past few years. But many companies are making real game-changing use of it.
Staying on top of the evolving threat landscape is a daunting task, to say the least. There is just so much information that researchers must sift through, that it’s easy to become overloaded.
Throughout the past couple of years, we have seen massive data breaches affect hundreds of companies across all industries. Due to these incidents, companies have lost millions of dollars in revenue and time as they rush to mitigate damages, inform the public and fix the problem at hand.
As technology continues to evolve and more and more consumers interact with businesses online via apps, the biggest question is how can businesses keep their employee and customer information safe?
2018 has been a record year for security breaches – but that’s not news. Inevitably, each year has more security incidents than the previous year, and the pattern is likely to continue for the foreseeable future.
Facebook announced this morning that between 50 and 90 million accounts have been breached due to unnamed hackers stealing the access tokens of other users ...
There have been a few high-profile breaches in the news lately related to Magecart, including British Airways, Ticketmaster, and Feedify. For those who don’t know, Magecart is a hacker group whose modus operandi involves skimming credit card details with code tailored to the sites they infect ...