Online Trust: Do Executives, Consumers and Security Pros Define It Differently?

Online Trust: Do Executives, Consumers and Security Pros Define It Differently?

We are in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution. Instead of steam machines or textiles, our economy is becoming ever more tied to technology. In order for our digital economy to thrive, we as a collective society need to have trust in our technology. Yet, the technology world has ... Read More
RSAC Panel Discussion: How can we protect our digital society?

RSAC Panel Discussion: How can we protect our digital society?

During the RSA conference Sam King, general manager of CA Veracode lead an engaging discussion with Art Coviello, former CEO of RSA and Robert Knake, senior fellow for cyber policy at the Council on Foreign Relations and senior research scientist at Northwestern University’s Global Resilience Institute. While the conversation touched ... Read More
Components: Increasing Speed and Risk

Components: Increasing Speed and Risk

Open source component vulnerabilities have been a hot topic in the security industry as well as in the media. It used to be the main concern in software development was making sure you testing throughout the SDLC. While this is still a crucial part of making sure your software is ... Read More
Building a Security Awareness Ambassador

Building a Security Awareness Ambassador

Lance Spitzner, Director, SANS Institute The security skills gap is well documented. There just aren’t enough security professionals in the workforce to help secure our digital economy. Even if there were, scaling to the number of security professionals needed to create a comprehensive security program alone would not solve the ... Read More
RSA Conference 2018

DevOps Connect: DevSecOps Day at RSA demonstrates how the thinking around secure software has evolved

RSAC 2018 kicked off today with DevOps Connect: DevSecOps Day @ RSAC 2018. This full day event featured speakers security vendors, security practitioners and development teams. It was interesting to compare the perspectives of the security and development teams when it comes to software security. What was even more interesting ... Read More