blog / abr. 25, 2017

Internet, We (Still) Have a Problem with Internationalized Domain Names

Even URLs that look legitimate can be fake, so train, train, train your users to verify links before they click.

blog / mar. 09, 2017 (MODIFIED: abr. 25, 2017)

Security’s “Rule Zero” Violated Again with Zero-Day Apache Struts 2 Exploit

If you’re running Apache Struts 2 and the vulnerable component, stop reading and update now.

blog / mar. 03, 2017 (MODIFIED: mar. 20, 2017)

Speed Over Security Still Prevalent in Spite of Substantial Risk for IoT Apps

Speed to market means IoT and mobile apps are being released with known vulnerabilities.

blog / feb. 24, 2017 (MODIFIED: mar. 29, 2017)

Cloudbleed: What We Know and What You Should Do

Definitive steps individuals and organizations can take today to deal with the impact of Cloudbleed.

blog / feb. 02, 2017 (MODIFIED: mar. 03, 2017)

Friendly Reminder: App Security in the Cloud is Your Responsibility

Nearly 200,000 servers are still vulnerable to Heartbleed—and the organizations who own them might surprise you.

blog / ene. 19, 2017 (MODIFIED: feb. 23, 2017)

The New Insider Threat: Automation Frameworks

One of the pillars of DevOps is - according to its founders - automation. Along with automation naturally comes orchestration, which as you might guess is automation but at a higher level of abstraction. Where automation focuses on using...

blog / nov. 14, 2016 (MODIFIED: feb. 24, 2017)

Security’s Blind Spot: Application Layer Visibility

We’ve all seen after-the-fact security camera footage of a wide variety of crimes splashed across social media and news sites. This visibility is a critical component of any judicial system, as it helps identify who did what and provides crucial, objective evidence of what actually happened.

blog / oct. 04, 2016 (MODIFIED: feb. 24, 2017)

Bug Bounty Programs Only Half the Battle

What's the other half? And why don't organizations just find and fix their own bugs?

blog / ago. 12, 2016 (MODIFIED: ene. 19, 2017)

Is HEIST a Risk or a Threat?

HEIST is an example of how risk and threat are different, and why the distinction matters.

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