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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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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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Ransomware versus cities: Sowing chaos as well as cost

Ransomware attacks on cities are on the rise. The latest ransomware attacks of 2019 suggest that international organized criminals are behind the epidemic.

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Software security trends from experts at Infosec Europe 2019

Top software security trends for 2019, based on our annual survey at Infosec Europe, include growing concerns for data protection and regulatory compliance.

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Get ready for a ransomware tsunami

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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Ask the experts: Should the US have a data privacy law similar to GDPR?

U.S. data privacy law is a mishmash of federal, state, and industry regulation. Should we enact a single universal federal data privacy law like GDPR?

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Ransomware succeeds because targets don’t learn from history

How can organizations prevent ransomware attacks? The Atlanta and Baltimore attacks prove that patch management and employee training should take priority.

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Women in tech: Progress but still not parity

We sat down with some women in tech recently to find out what progress the industry’s made in achieving gender balance—and what it could be doing better.

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Tips for recruiting top cyber security talent (and mistakes to avoid)

The cyber security job market is hot, and common recruiting mistakes can keep new talent away. Here are some do’s and don’ts for cyber security recruiting.

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