Security versus convenience

Please stop sharing your private keys

The battle between security and convenience is a trade-off that users, system administrators, security professionals and CISOs have to make every day. This is a particularly big problem for software developers and DevOps teams who commonly opt for the convenient solution of sharing private keys between one another.

Catch the early bird special until September 23

DevOpsCon 2021 early bird special: Attend remotely or in Munich!

DevOpsCon gives you the opportunity to learn about the latest tools and technologies. Seasoned experts will share insights on Continuous Delivery, microservices, containers, Kubernetes, security, cloud and lean business, and more. Attend DevOpsCon in Munich or remotely, from wherever you are.

The value of coding

National Coding Week 2021 – A view from the experts

We spoke to the experts Kara Sprague, Sean Farrington, James McLeod, Andrea Nagel, Matthew Strawbridge, David Huntley, Ursula Morgenstern, and Geoff Smith about National Coding Week. What is the current value of coding in today’s tech landscape? How do we open up digital skills to all?

Creating a security mindset

Baking Security into DevOps: Tips for Enablement

To create a security mindset within the engineering organization, security teams must enable engineering teams with the tools that suit their workflow. This article will explore how to bake security into the agile and DevOps way of working and what steps and practices to consider.

Combat threats

Why Do Companies Need Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) Solutions?

Phishing emails carrying sophisticated malware undetectable by standard antiviruses more and more often serve as the main infection vector for data breaches and various cyber-scams. Protection against such threats requires a more advanced solution — a system for detecting attacks on endpoints, aka EDR (Endpoint Detection & Response). This article reveals how EDR identifies sophisticated attacks and whether it is worth installing it yourself or choosing EDR-as-a-service.

What it means for existing software dependent on IE

The Death of Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer (IE) will be officially retired on June 15, 2022. Microsoft will altogether stop supporting and updating the pioneering web browser. As IE winds down, the question becomes, how does this affect businesses and existing software, and what will its full impact be?