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.
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.
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.
Ransomware has proved itself to be a lucrative attack against organizations in many industries. Attacks against Healthcare in particular have more than doubled in recent years, as both information theft and targeted attacks for monetary gain.
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.
Healthcare is evolving and improving to provide more convenient ways for patients and providers to access information and communicate. This has led to a significant increase in medical-based web applications and sites for patient interaction.
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.
WhiteHat Security announces the release of the eleventh annual Web Applications Security Statistics Report. This report takes a look at stats by industry, application security vulnerabilities, remediation and time-to fix by vulnerability class and risk rating.