If you use an SCA tool, why should you use a SAST tool as well? Let’s discuss what each tool can and can’t do and how they complement each other.
Security debt refers to the accumulation of vulnerabilities in your software that make it harder to protect your data and systems. How do you get rid of it?
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With applications containing more and more open source, and 40+ vulnerabilities disclosed daily, how do you prioritize your remediation efforts?
Developers have no time for your complex security processes. Making application security simple means focusing on essentials and cutting through the noise.
How do you encourage people to do something? Make it easy. Developers too will adopt application security practices, if you make them easy. Here’s how.
Interest in DevSecOps is on the rise. What’s driving this interest? And how can teams use this knowledge to modernize their application security programs?
To get security testing results in front of developers, who are in the best position to address them effectively, you need automation and integration.
There’s no single silver bullet for application security. Instead, you need a combination of application security tools and services. Here’s an overview.
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In honor of the RSAC 2020 theme, Human Element, we asked some experts what they found most rewarding, and most frustrating, about their cyber security jobs.
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Already using static code analysis? Try boosting your application security program with software composition analysis to automate open source management.