Key Take-aways from Gartner's Technology Insight for Software Composition Analysis Report

Key Take-aways from Gartner’s Technology Insight for Software Composition Analysis Report

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Open source components have become an essential part of today’s software development process, helping development organizations speed up release cycles and push out innovative software faster. In fact, over 90% of the respondents to a survey recently conducted by Gartner stated that they rely on open source components. However, open ... Read More
Top 5 New Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in October 2019

Top 5 New Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in October 2019

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November is here, and those of us in the US know what that means: the carved pumpkins of Halloween will soon be replaced by pumpkin pies, and the ooky spooky haunted house decorations will make way for the arguably scarier tradition of Thanksgiving family gatherings. However, there’s one occurrence that ... Read More
The Illustrated Children's Guide to Kubernetes

Top 5 Container Security Tools You Should Already Be Using

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Containers have been one of the hottest trends in the software industry in recent years as more organizations turn to them to build, test, and deploy faster without the frictions that can come from changing environments. However, while tools like Kubernetes and Container Registries have become household names for developers ... Read More
Top 5 New Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in September 2019

Top 5 New Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in September 2019

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Autumn is officially upon us. While some take time this season to stock up on pumpkin spice and Halloween decorations, our Knowledge Team dove into the really scary stuff — reviewing the new open source security vulnerabilities published in September. In order to deliver our monthly top five new security ... Read More
Top 5 Git Security Mistakes

Top 5 Git Security Mistakes

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Necessity is often referred to as the mother of invention. So when you happen to be Linus Torvalds, a little bit of frustration can go a long way in creating something that leaves a lasting impact. Back in 2005, Torvalds was unsatisfied with the source control management (SCM) tools at ... Read More
Security Advisories Play a Critical Role in Keeping Our Software Safe

Security Advisories Play a Critical Role in Keeping Our Software Safe

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Security advisories are one of those terms that get thrown around a lot without much thought as to what they are and what role they actually serve in helping us to work more securely. The most basic explanation here is that these are the references and databases where issues concerning ... Read More
Securing Your Software Supply Chain with Software Composition Analysis

Securing Your Software Supply Chain with Software Composition Analysis

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Modern life runs on applications. Businesses that a decade or two ago never thought of themselves as anything more than a car manufacturer, supermarket, or one of a million other kinds of businesses have quickly found themselves in need of apps both for internal use and for their customers. This ... Read More
Top 5 New Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in August 2019

Top 5 New Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in August 2019

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Top 5 New Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in August 2019 As summer wanes away, some of us heave a sigh of relief while others take one last weekend at the beach before autumn settles in. One thing we all have in common is open source, and one thing all open ... Read More
Top 5 Back to School AppSec Tips for Developers

Top 5 Back to School AppSec Tips for Developers

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As summer winds down to a close, it’s back to school time for young developers who are looking to learn the skills that they’ll need for entering an increasingly competitive job market. Employers are looking for developers who are not only creative, innovative, and efficient but know how to keep ... Read More
Top 5 New Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in July 2019

Top 5 New Open Source Security Vulnerabilities in July 2019

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The swelltering month of August is finally here, leaving many an open-space half-empty as many of our lucky comerades take time off for much-needed R&R. As for us, we consider ourselves lucky to have the opportunity to blast the aircon as high as we want, while trusting our hardworking Knowledge ... Read More
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