/may. 11, 2018
If you aren’t aware of Drupalgeddon 2, then you’ve either been living off the grid or don’t use the popular content management system (CMS).
/ene. 16, 2018
Forty-three percent of organizations say security is essential when deploying apps, and more than two thirds use multiple security solutions to protect clients, infrastructure, and web apps.
/ene. 10, 2018
Every week another bug, vulnerability, or exploit is released - we need a multi-layered security strategy (beyond our standard patch “spin cycles”) to deal with threats like Spectre and Meltdown.
/dic. 14, 2017
With billions of data records compromised, it’s time to reconsider whether passwords are our best means for authenticating users.
/nov. 21, 2017
Seriously, how many colors are there? And how many of us share the same love of one of those limited choices?
/oct. 24, 2017
Assessing the State of Application Delivery depends on getting information from you about your applications!
/oct. 17, 2017
Combating this vulnerability might mean you have to force updates on employees’ personal devices or deny them access altogether.
/oct. 04, 2017
Security breaches in the news serve as a good reminder to check and make sure you have a solid application protection strategy in place, starting with never trusting user input.
/ago. 17, 2017
Gray hats might have good intentions launching their “vigilante” botnets, but are they really helping us win the war against Death Star-sized thingbots?
/jun. 06, 2017
Providers and manufacturers could go a long way toward reducing the very real threat of IoT.
/may. 18, 2017
Cloud sprawl isn’t just a budget sinkhole; it’s quickly becoming a security blind spot and potential attack vector for data theft.
/abr. 25, 2017
Even URLs that look legitimate can be fake, so train, train, train your users to verify links before they click.
/mar. 09, 2017
If you’re running Apache Struts 2 and the vulnerable component, stop reading and update now.
/mar. 03, 2017
Speed to market means IoT and mobile apps are being released with known vulnerabilities.
/feb. 24, 2017
Definitive steps individuals and organizations can take today to deal with the impact of Cloudbleed.
/feb. 02, 2017
Nearly 200,000 servers are still vulnerable to Heartbleed—and the organizations who own them might surprise you.
/ene. 19, 2017
One of the pillars of DevOps is automation. Along with that comes orchestration, which some might guess to be automation at a higher level of abstraction.
/nov. 14, 2016
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.
/oct. 04, 2016
What's the other half? And why don't organizations just find and fix their own bugs?
/ago. 12, 2016
HEIST is an example of how risk and threat are different, and why the distinction matters.
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