Our aim in creating the Learning Labs is to help everyone – developers, security practitioners, and executives - understand the risks in all applications, help IT staff understand how application security fits into their wider security ecosystem, and help teach developers how to write more secure code to make business safer for customers.
Network-connected Internet of Things (IoT) are growing in popularity in homes and businesses, from smart cities and buildings to cars and medical devices. Attempts to subvert or compromise critical functions in organizations due to insecure IoT devices and applications are on the rise and in the news.
Follow on to the Growing the Role of Women in AppSec webinar held on 3/23. Here's another real-world anecdote of how to move from no skills into tech and security, along with all the Q&A we didn't get to on the Webinar.
The Atlantic published a great article, and here’s why I love it: We are finally talking in the right circles about the challenges of overcoming bias, of unrecognized privilege in the world.
I’m here to give you reason to properly fear certain kinds of memes and surveys and social media games, because they are major security risks to you and yours. Let me explain.
With election season drawing to a close, the topic of internet security – now mentioned in numerous debates/campaigns on both sides – needs to stay a focus of attention. From standards and governance to education and future staffing, here is a plea to keep campaign promises for cyber security attention on the next President’s agenda.