WhiteHat Security, a trusted application security provider that combines the best of technology and human intelligence, believes that the answer lies within identifying and fixing open source vulnerabilities right from the start.
In this column, we present a variety of short time-critical news items grouped by category such as people movements, funding news, financial results, industry alignments, rumors and general scuttlebutt floating around the big data, data science and machine learning industries including behind-the-scenes anecdotes and curious buzz.
Security firm Fidus has revealed how OnePlus' lack of PCI compliance and the company's practice of hosting payment card details on-site is compromising credit card details of customers.
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The speed of business is constantly increasing. To keep up, organizations have started to develop and release new products, websites, and apps at breakneck speeds. This quickened pace has shifted the way web applications are developed.
Organizations that want to integrate security into their DevOps pipelines should adopt tools and practices that unite application development, IT operations, and security teams under a common DevSecOps rubric.
Every company developing software, whether for commercial or internal use, should be investing in software security. But before you can begin selecting application security products, you have to first understand the types of application security you require.
Application delivery controllers can work with new app architectures as a key pillar of digital transformation.
The practice of application security (app sec) involves all the measures that organizations take to prevent, detect, and fix vulnerabilities in the software used to run their business.
The internet of things (IoT) is opening a whole new world of possibilities. Unfortunately, it also is creating a whole new world of threats too, such as ransomware of things (RoT). Here are seven things enterprises can do to better secure their IoT.
Variations of so-called email access scams have become a $5.3 billion problem affecting businesses and consumers in all sectors, the FBI warned in a May public service announcement.
On September 8, 2017, Equifax revealed that they suffered a massive data breach, with approximately 143 million records compromised, including social security numbers, first and last names, birth dates, addresses, and more in some cases.