When it comes to cybersecurity, there is a common enemy and collaborating with industry peers in sharing threat information is critical to understanding and addressing cybercrime.
Application Security is universally something all organizations need to get right, to protect their customers, their employees, their bottom line.
With 95% of cyberattacks being financially motivated, it’s no wonder that the threat attackers flock to where the money is. Your business and technology innovations are introducing new vulnerabilities and complexities in your applications ecosystem overnight, so you need to be proactive and vigilant.
Recent high-profile attacks on healthcare organizations have highlighted the need for data security that goes far beyond simply being compliant.
Digital transformation introduces many challenges which will differ depending on how mature or advanced your transformation program is, or how easily your organisation adopts or embraces change. However, there are many opportunities which this process can open up for an organisation.
Managing application security is not easy. That is why we created the WhiteHat Security Index (WSI). WSI is a way to measure an application’s security status or risk.
A Clear and Present Danger: Who Owns Your Website? Open questions on website responsibility, awareness, ownership, and how it all relates to Application Security.
As seen in the SD Times, good programmers write good code, but great programmers DO steal. And reuse. And recycle.
With more and more applications and ever-more-numerous endpoints, the attack surface for every organization is getting larger and more complex. Fortunately, it’s possible to leverage analytics to not only detect or predict attacks, but also identify corrective actions that need to be taken to prevent successful exploitation.
The conversation was interesting in that his program is quite mature, adequately staffed and funded, and is delivering the results and program benefits planned a few short years earlier. Still, he was having some nagging doubts about its efficacy going forward.