The shift to software solutions delivered in the cloud continues to fuel the now “digital” economy. With this shifting landscape, application security has risen to the top of most organizations’ concern list, and for good reason: applications accessed over the web are very easy targets for cyber attackers.
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In a digital, cloud-powered and inter-connected world, enterprise applications need to be built to withstand a growing range of threats, writes Setu Kulkarni, pictured, VP Product Management, WhiteHat Security.
A runtime application self-protection tool only sounds complicated. Buying and using a RASP tool, though, may prove a surprisingly simple way to amp up your application security.
Those who predicted that we'd see another increase in cybercrime in 2016 have been proven right.
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Google has taken to its Security Blog to announce their release of a tool designed to help web developers avoid leaving their web applications vulnerable to cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks.
As awareness heightens and attitudes change, security practices evolve.
Cybersecurity isn't often top-of-mind when you're hiring a financial advisor, but it should be — for the sake of your financial security.
The National Audit Office has issued a report criticising the UK government’s approach to cyber security. The report says that the GCHQ dealt with 200 “cyber national security incidents” per month in 2015 and that there were 8,995 data breaches in the 17 largest government departments in 2014/15.
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Google will start shaming websites for not encrypting connections between the user and the site itself by telling users exactly when they are visiting HTTP sites.