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Haidee LeClair

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Before joining the Synopsys team, Haidee worked in a variety of technical, writing, and digital marketing roles. Previously, Haidee built partner sites for Bitpipe, Inc., which was acquired by TechTarget as their white paper library system. In her spare time, she creates websites and content for friends and family, in addition to building the social media presence for their small businesses.


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Cardiac patient data at risk, Philips reports

It’s never good news to find out that both your personal and clinical information could be compromised by the software platform your healthcare provider is using.

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Infosecurity Europe highlights InfoSec concerns in Europe today

At Infosecurity Europe in June, we surveyed 275 attendees who visited our booth to get the pulse of InfoSec concerns in Europe today.

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Join Synopsys at codenomi-con and Black Hat USA 2018

Black Hat USA is returning to Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nevada, this August, beginning with four days of technical trainings, followed by the two-day main conference Aug. 8–9.

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5 essentials for getting your bearings in a DevSecOps world

Embracing a DevSecOps practice requires key cultural and practical changes to integrate security into the SDLC. Learn about the 5 essentials for DevSecOps.

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Security IRL at RSA Conference 2018

We took the opportunity at RSA Conference last month to survey our booth visitors about their organizations’ application security programs. We’ve sponsored and conducted a number of surveys on topics ranging from DevSecOps to open source security to medical device security, but there’s something about collecting feedback from conference attendees in person that really hits home—a glimpse into security IRL, if you will. Taking a look at security IRL Most attendees (78%) reported direct roles in cybersecurity, risk management or software engineering, representing a wide range of industries. Some of the findings were far from unexpected. For example, 40% of respondents cited a lack of skilled security professionals as the biggest challenge in implementing their application security programs. We also found that a startling number of respondents didn’t even know whether their organizations were the target of a cyber attack in the last two years.

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We’re a 2018 NEVY Awards finalist for Cybersecurity Company of the Year

New England is a crowded space when it comes to cyber security, technology, and innovation, which is why we’re so honored to be named a finalist for the Cybersecurity Company of the Year Award in the 2018 NEVY Awards, hosted by the New England Venture Capital Association (NEVCA) and presented by Bristol-Myers Squibb.

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The year in review: 2017 top posts

As we race into 2018, let’s take a moment to look back at the most fascinating topics in open source security and compliance. What were the 2017 top posts?

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