WhitHat Security is pleased to kick off the WhiteHat Certified Secure Developer (WCSD) Program. It is open to all developers free of charge and gives developers that essential jumpstart into understanding app security at a deep technical level.
As we head into the new year, we thought we’d share our 5 most watched webinars of 2016. Like “must see TV”, these are well worth taking the time to watch and learn from!
Kate and I created a webinar together describing her penetration test methodology and results, followed by my description of how Sentinel’s Dynamic scanning and Sentinel Source analysis would identify this vulnerability, as well as best practices in application security coding to avoid it.
What follows is a directory traversal hack I found “In the Wild” as they say, on a customer’s actual website I was working on. Our customer was a large enterprise client involved in Information Management, but this could be present on many web applications that allow a user to upload and download files.
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.
In summary, 2017 will bring its own share of challenges to security teams.
The WhiteHat team has gathered some thoughts on predictions and new vulnerabilities or trends that might emerge in 2017.
There’s a routine to every large company with a DevOps team; from Christmas to New Year’s, there’s going to be a production freeze. Everyone rushes project schedules through November into early December.
This article provides an executive summary on the Blockchain technology, what it is, how it works, and why everyone is excited about it.
An open letter to the Healthcare Industry Cybersecurity Task Force.