A Simple Guide to Successful Penetration Testing

How effective are your existing security controls against a skilled adversary? Discover the answer with penetration testing. The main difference between a penetration test and an attacker is permission. A hacker won’t ask for permission when trying to expose your critical systems and assets, so pen test to protect. A pen test is not just..
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Doing Identity Access Right

Caring for your company data as one of your most valuable assets can seem like a constant balancing act. In a world of corporate hacks and ransomware, keeping your data under digital lock and key is absolutely essential. But so is allowing your employees to use it to do their best work. Managing who has..
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Speed and Scale: How Machine Identity Protection is Crucial for Digital Transformation and DevOps

  Digital transformation requires new approaches to security, demanding the protection of machine identities that enable authentication and encryption required for secure machine-to-machine communication. Solving machine identity protection challenges within DevOps environments, requires a fundamentally new approach. Information Security teams must deliver a frictionless, automated solution that allows DevOps engineers to seamlessly provision and manage..
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The DevOps Roadmap for Security

Information security is in crisis. This isn’t a crisis that has sprung up all of a sudden, but a long-standing, systemic outpouring of the practices and policies that security has built over decades of misalignment inside organizations, large and small. Yet, all is not lost. There are many organizations that are integrating security with business..
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What Are the Most Secure Programming Languages?

Behind every developer is a beloved programming language. In heated debates over which language is the best, the security card will come into play in support of one language or discredit another. We decided to address this debate and put it to the test by researching WhiteSource’s comprehensive database. We focused on open source security vulnerabilities..
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Forrester: The State of Application Security, 2019

  Application weaknesses and software vulnerabilities continue to be the most common means by which cybercriminals carry out external attacks. Given this has been the case for years, how can security leaders better thwart malicious attackers targeting applications? Many organizations are planning major investments in pre-release testing tools and solutions to protect apps in production...
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The Forrester Wave: Software Composition Analysis, 2019

  Forrester states that one in eight open source component downloads contained a known security vulnerability and security pros now have less time to identify and remediate them. In order to keep up, an SCA solution is necessary. This report identifies the 10 most significant software composition analysis providers—Flexera, FOSSA, GitLab, JFrog, Snyk, Sonatype, Synopsys,..
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Next-Generation Cybersecurity

Cyberattacks are always evolving. Cybercriminals continue to discover and exploit new attack vectors and manage to stay one step ahead of cybersecurity. That’s in part because our cybersecurity systems aren’t keeping up: Many organizations continue to rely on legacy systems that were effective for the type of attacks we saw five or 10 years ago...
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