In today’s digital economy, time to market is everything. Organizations are expected to release applications and updates on a near-continuous basis, or risk being left behind by the competition.
In the application security space, customers and prospects tell the same story time and time again:
Everyone knows that there are two things that are certain in life: death and taxes.
The popularity of reusable software components has soared throughout the developer community in recent years, largely due to the convenience and time saving opportunities they offer.
For every 100KLOC, a monolithic application will have an average of 39 vulnerabilities, whereas a microservice application will have an average of 180 vulnerabilities.
There’s been much public debate in the tech industry around a growing shortage of qualified tech talent that’s making it difficult for organizations to hire or find workers with the right skills or experience.
Over the past year, data breaches, through web, business, and mobile application exploitation, have continued to run rampant. In 2018, major household names like Ticketmaster, the United States Postal Service (USPS), Air Canada, and British Airways were hit by application-based exploits.
Today marks a big step for WhiteHat Security. I am delighted to announce that NTT Security Corporation, one of the world’s most respected security organizations, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire WhiteHat Security.