The world of cybersecurity is rapidly becoming an ML arms race, where security pros arm themselves with ML and AI-enhanced defensive tools, while the bad guys use the technology to amplify the threat they pose. See what open source machine learning project is helping hunt security flaws.
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Everywhere you look, the 2020s are going to be an exciting time for developers of all stripes, and the best among them will have their pick of cutting edge projects to work on. See what areas of software development are already changing and will continue to grow.
WordPress is the most widely-used content management system in the world, powering over 35% of all websites. However, many pre-existing WordPress sites have a number of security flaws. Find out how web developers can overhaul an existing WordPress site into tip-top shape and how to handle potential security concerns.
The Internet was originally built without concerns for privacy, especially not the complicated security features required by today’s standards. It’s far too late to redesign the entire Internet, however, two blockchain projects offer potential security solutions. Blockchain’s capabilities of serving as a decentralized payment system could be the secret for the future of internet security.
As games become increasingly popular, so too does the concept of gamification. The software industry is no exception, with big tech companies using gamified websites for hiring programmers. Is it time to bring gamification to the software development process? How would it potentially affect software development and its future?
VPN services still use concepts based on software from the mid-1990s. However, zero-trust network access (ZTNA) reflects modern security sensibilities. A network designed to conform to ZTNA standards represents a complete rethinking of how network security functions. Unlike a VPN, ZTNA networks treat all users, internal or external, the same.