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The 10 most-read Software Integrity Blog posts from 2018

Our 10 most popular posts from 2018 show clear trends in software security topics of interests, including DevSecOps, CI/CD, open source, blockchain, and GDPR.

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9 highlights from the 2018 Software Integrity Blog

From vulnerability detection to API security, these nine topics hit the highlights from our coverage of software security and quality this year.

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Santa gets phished: A tale of holiday hacking

When the elves at Santa’s Workshop receive a complaint that children are receiving Bitcoin ransom emails from Santa, they discover that they’ve been hacked.

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Can we please drive passwords into extinction now?

Passwords are antiquated and insecure. It’s time to eliminate them altogether. Experts from FIDO explain how to enable authentication without passwords.

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2019 software security predictions

Our experts share their 2019 software security predictions about AI/machine learning, design and standards, cloud adoption, and IoT, routers, and data in transit.

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Chenxi Wang polishes her 2019 crystal ball

Dr. Chenxi Wang, founder of Rain Capital, shares some of her 2019 cyber security predictions about the cloud, GDPR, blockchain, DevSecOps, privacy, and ICS.

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Both consumers and retailers need to up their cyber security to make holidays happy

We’ve got some Black Friday advice for retailers and shoppers who want to keep everyone’s data safe and secure, for a truly happy holiday season.

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday security concerns

Ahead of the upcoming shopping season, we’re spreading awareness of potential Black Friday and Cyber Monday security concerns affecting people who shop and sell online.

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Rachel Tobac explains how ‘polite paranoia’ can derail social engineering attacks

Rachel Tobac thinks people are the first line of cyber security defense, not the weakest link. She talks about social engineering attacks and how to be “politely paranoid” with us. That old line “Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you” is supposed to be a joke. But when it comes […]

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Synopsys Software Integrity Group awards for 2018

We’re thrilled when the development community recognizes us for our accomplishments. Here are a few software security awards we received this year.

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