Richard Piasentin, Chief Strategy Officer at Accedian, spoke with us about cybersecurity, network management solutions, the growing adoption of edge computing and its use cases, and more. Learn how to proactively focus on security in order to avoid unnecessary downtime.
To increase your readiness — and boost your security teams’ confidence — it’s important to move beyond formulating static incident response plans and instead leverage transitory crisis simulation pieces of training to mimic the effects of a real-world attack closely.
The importance of the cloud in any disaster recovery strategy is invaluable. The potential ripple effect of a service outage – because of a data breach – could lead to lost revenue, halted productivity and eroded customer trust. With the migration to the cloud, business continuity is now more than just disaster recovery.
The slow, hidden build-up of operational and security issues must be addressed before it can cause real issues. Dennis Mastin, DevOps Solution Engineering, CyberArk discusses the importance of secrets management, risks presented by security management sprawl, and how to manage this vulnerability.
Jeff Williams, CTO and Co-founder at Contrast Security, answered our questions about application security, the newest executive order in the US, where vulnerabilities are most likely to occur, and more. Learn more about the Contrast platform and how it works to ensure software security.
The increasing cyberattacks on businesses only mean that it is time to secure your company to keep data safe. With these tips provided, you can stay away from online threats that disrupt business operations. Preventing data breaches will definitely keep companies out of trouble.
Malware is every company’s worst nightmare and in 2021, cyberattacks are on the rise. We spoke with Bryan Patton, CISSP and Quest Strategic Systems Consultant about ransomware, how to protect your team against it, what to do after an attack, and why we’ve seen a spike in ransomware.
We spoke with Sagi Rodin from Frontegg about the challenges that SaaS companies face with ever increasing security threats and rising expectations from customers for greater control, freedom and independence. Sagi also talks about how utilizing easily integrated, full stack product capabilities can help solve this by allowing startups to keep focused on their core product, and launch faster with a more mature offering.
Pieter Danhieux, CoFounder/CEO of Secure Code Warrior discussed cybercrime with us. We learned all about common kinds of security vulnerabilities, best practices organizations should take to achieve property security compliance, and how teams can focus more on building security into their code.
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.
Maty Siman, founder and CTO at Checkmarx spoke with us about how ahead-of-time analysis helps application security. Learn what security red flags we should look out for in open source code, how machine learning models can detect security vulnerabilities in code, and more.
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.
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.
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?