New Article on How to Start with DevSecOps

New Article on How to Start with DevSecOps

Github just published an informative guide to moving to DevSecOps.The Github article makes good points and provides clarification on how to shift left The post New Article on How to Start with ...
How Does Deterministic Security Help Reduce False Positives?

How Does Deterministic Security Help Reduce False Positives?

Some organizations are reluctant to block attacks based on their security tool alerts because of the false positives being generated, in this article we take a look at how deterministic security helps ...
Getting to Faster Vulnerability Remediation During DevSecOps

Getting to Faster Vulnerability Remediation During DevSecOps

The amount of vulnerabilities found in code continues to increase at an unprecedented rate.  Once discovered, you need better visibility and details about vulnerabilities to help you remediate vulnerabilities more quickly. The ...
Why Block Attackers at the Network Edge?

Why Block Attackers at the Network Edge?

Many still consider their network security devices sufficient security for their web applications.  Is the difference between network security and web application security a bit of a puzzle for you? If so, ...
How to Find Additional Hidden Vulnerabilities During DAST Testing

How to Find Additional Hidden Vulnerabilities During DAST Testing

Current DAST testing tools often miss vulnerabilities that make it to production. Learn how you can find additional hidden vulnerabilities during DAST testing of your web applications. The post How to Find ...
DevOps Vs DevSecOps – What is the difference?

DevOps Vs DevSecOps – What is the difference?

DevOps and DevSecOps may have you wondering, what's the difference. DevSecOps simply means placing security practices early during the SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) processes within an Agile framework. Learn more here ...
Web Application Security Vs. Network Security

Web Application Security Vs. Network Security

Many still consider their network security devices sufficient security for their web applications. Is the difference between network security and web application security a bit of a puzzle for you? If so, ...
Security Alerts Double and Security Teams Can’t Get to Them All

Security Alerts Double and Security Teams Can’t Get to Them All

A new survey of IT professionals, that revealed that security alerts have doubled over the last five year for 70% of the respondents. In addition, 75% said that they would need an ...
Enhancing Vulnerability Detection As Part of DevSecOps

Enhancing Vulnerability Detection As Part of DevSecOps

The amount of vulnerabilities found in code continues to increase at an unprecedented rate. In 2019, 17,306 vulnerabilities were recorded in the US-Cert Vulnerability database. In addition we're on track this year ...
Developers Claim Security Has a Negative Impact on Their Productivity

Developers Claim Security Has a Negative Impact on Their Productivity

A new survey of developers has found that there isn't a single application security (appsec) tool that at least 80% of developers said is inhibiting their productivity. The post Developers Claim Security ...