Vendor security has been a hot topic in 2016. Organizations are taking a holistic approach to security, going beyond reviewing their own security practices to evaluate and monitor their vendors’ security practices as well.
Recent high-profile attacks on healthcare organizations have highlighted the need for data security that goes far beyond simply being compliant.
This year in particular, the change from grassroots security tech event to a more high-level security event was evident; in addition to the deep-tech insights that traditionally dominate the event, we noticed a few changes.
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.
Armed with information about the types of threat actors and their respective motivations, organizations can start to tell their enemies from their allies and learn how to thwart the first while educating and supporting the second.
When choosing a vendor to support your application security objectives, there are a number of important factors to consider. In this post, we discuss six critical factors to keep in mind when selecting an application security solution.
Multi-factor authentication is one of the best ways to protect your accounts from being hacked. WhiteHat Sentinel Dynamic now supports automated vulnerability scanning for websites that implement MFA solutions, providing superior scan coverage and saving our customers’ time and resources.
SC Magazine interviews WhiteHat CEO Craig Hinkley during RSA 2016 about the state of cybersecurity and the importance of application security.