Sonatypes annual research “2020 State of the software supply chain” uncovers lots of great insights into the open-source world. Open source is such a huge part of modern development that the headline stat of 430% increase year on year of attacks targeting open-source projects should be a wake-up call for all developers.
A microservice architecture, often referred simply as microservices, is a set of grouped services to implement an application. Lately, development teams prefer microservices, as it facilitates continuous delivery for large applications and adapts easily to the organisation’s needs as its technology evolves and scales up with very minimal effort.
Many companies’ challenge is to change to a remote work setup on short notice and with limited preparation. What is more, critical internal systems are connected to more publicly available endpoints these days. Some short-term actions companies can take now – and some more long-term to stay secure in the long-term.
A proven method of increasing security is to simulate the attack on yourself and fix vulnerabilities before someone else finds them. Traditionally this has been done manually through a penetration tester (a “pentester”) or ethical hacker, someone who specializes in all the techniques used by attackers. A skilled pentester will work through an exhaustive list of vulnerabilities and attempt to find exploits in every area of a web application. It is a time-consuming process but necessary for any business that takes security seriously.
As a modern cybersecurity professional for a corporation, you may get many headaches when working together with the people responsible for developing applications, the DevOps team (and vice versa). This article tries to explain why this is the case and structure good communication for a fruitful together in the company. Plus, it outlines two concrete strategies for continuously creating more secure applications: security champions and tool integration.
This FAQ will answer your most burning questions about DevOps.
Injection attacks are one of the most common attacks we saw in 2020. In fact, injections are ranked at number 1 in the OWASP Top Ten Web Application Security Risks. From our scans, we consistently see that websites are vulnerable to these types of attacks, sometimes critically.
In light of some of the recent high-profile attacks; We wanted to share some basic cybersecurity tips for businesses of all sizes and provide a simple checklist so that you can audit your company’s cybersecurity strategy.
As more companies insist employees work from home during this pandemic, many companies’ cybersecurity is a considerable risk. Can this lead to a network pandemic for companies and individuals?
TLS, SSL, HTTP, HTTPS, ….Are you not familiar with these terms or concepts? Many professionals may not know the network-related terminologies to read a security report. Find out some basic terminologies used by network officials in this blog.
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