How do you protect your web apps from hackers? Forget firewalls. You need an AppSec toolbelt, including software composition analysis and automated testing.
Learn how different open source scans create different value for M&A transactions, and how binary analysis can help you secure your software supply chain.
Ransomware payments might seem like a quick solution to get back on your feet after an attack. But paying the attackers just makes the problem worse.
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To prevent data breaches, practice these two fundamentals: shift left (perform application security testing early and often in your SDLC), and always patch.
Supply chain attacks are not new. But as the supply chain grows longer and more complex, the attacks are evolving to keep up. Is your supply chain secure?
Consider these three operational open source risk factors when using open source components: version currency, version proliferation, and project activity.
Continuous testing means testing an application continuously throughout the software life cycle. It’s a critical part of CI/CD and—like any other part—should be automated.
The AMCA breach hammers home the need for supply chain security. Here’s how to vet your vendors so you can keep from becoming the next Quest or LabCorp.