Software Integrity Blog

3 reasons to join us at FLIGHT Boston

At FLIGHT Boston 2019, we’ll have two full-day product training sessions, tracks in AppSec, open source, and DevOps and cloud, and plenty of networking.

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Review of Apache Struts vulnerabilities yields 24 updated advisories

We found that 24 Apache Struts Security Advisories incorrectly list impacted versions and that previously disclosed vulns affect an additional 61 versions.

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[Infographic] Financial cybersecurity by the numbers

A recent report on financial cybersecurity practices found that while organizations are aware of risks, they need more resources to address those risks.

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The license and security risks of using Node.js

The use of Node.js is rising. But many organizations don’t know about the potential license and security risks that Node.js can pose for their applications.

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[Webinars] DevOps, security tool abuse, Coverity and Threadfix

Practice DevSecOps with automated continuous testing, defend your apps from security tool misuse, and learn how Coverity and ThreadFix enable developers.

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Financial services cybersecurity still porous: Report

A new financial services cybersecurity report reveals an industry aware of online threats but not doing enough to protect its systems, networks and data.

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Guide to Application Security: What to Look For and Why

In Guide to Application Security, our new white paper, you’ll learn more about AppSec tools and how to leverage them in enterprise application development.

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[Webinars] Cloud security and open source licensing

Learn how to adopt a cloud-native model for application security and how to mitigate legal risk by better understanding open source licensing obligations.

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Ask the experts: What’s the best way to prevent ransomware attacks?

We asked some experts how to prevent ransomware attacks. They explained how to defend against ransomware attacks, and how to recover if all else fails.

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Apollo 11 software lessons still relevant today

What did Apollo 11 teach us about software development? Coding practices have changed since 1969, but the lessons learned from the moon mission still hold.

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