Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we had a lot of important and interesting news going on in the technology world; Node.js 10 was released, we welcomed a new index to the family, we had a fun review of 5 things we can hate about Go and the list goes on.
More data breaches, more problems for developers. The rising risks in cybersecurity mean more developers need to improve their skills in this critical field. Nathan Sykes explains why developers with a background in data security are going to keep us safe in 2018.
We’ve been talking about the advantages blockchain brings to the finance industry but how about cybersecurity? Blockchain is revolutionizing multiple industries including cybersecurity but one question lingers: *how* can this technology help fight cyber attacks? We talked with Floyd DCosta, co-founder at Block Armour about the role the technology behind Bitcoin plays in blocking (if possible) cyber attacks.
The 2017 DevSecOps Global Skills Survey has found that formal software education is leaving DevOps engineers unprepared for the demands of the job. Why are schools leaving DevOps and security concerns off the curriculum?
Operational resilience. It’s the ideal every cybersecurity-focused organization strives towards. But in a few years, it might be little more than table stakes — here’s why.
Cloud computing has taken off in the past few years and security is more important than ever as our data goes serverless. The convenience of cloud technology also has some drawbacks. In this article, Jenny Harrison goes over 12 important cloud security threats to watch out for.
How do we keep our data safe if it’s in the cloud and out of our physical control? In this article, Sekhar Sarukkai goes over several common threats to your data security and explains the different ways that companies can protect their data.
IoT is one of the hottest trends in tech right now. But as businesses rush to the Internet of Things, they need to take care. As Christian Buhrow explains, when companies push IoT to production too quickly, security features are all too often forgotten to potential catastrophic results.
With data breaches hitting the news every other day, how can developers keep information secure? In this article, Rick Delgado explores how companies can improve their security practices and save everyone a whole lot of trouble in the meantime.
The Internet of Things offers a beautiful, interconnected vision of the future. However, secure code has to underpin all things IoT because just one chink in the armor leaves us all vulnerable.
Keeping your data secure is more important than ever, but it seems like there’s a new wide-scale data breach every other week. In this article, David Mytton discusses what developers can do to prepare for what’s fast becoming inevitable.
In the emerging world of DevOps and the cloud, most developers are trying to learn new technologies and methodologies. The focus tends to be on adding capabilities such as resiliency and scaling to an application. Still, one critical item consistently overlooked is security. We talked to JAX London speaker Steve Poole about what can be done to keep your system secure and what happens when you leave the door open.