How do you comply with privacy laws that haven’t even been enacted yet? Start by securing your software and systems against cyber attacks and data breach.
On National Data Privacy Day, we find little has changed in what numerous privacy advocates and experts have called “the golden age of surveillance.”
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We know that cyber attacks can have physical consequences. How does U.S. critical infrastructure fare in terms of cyber security and resilience to attack?
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For Thanksgiving, let’s talk about what we’re thankful for: the trends, processes, and technologies that have had a positive impact on software security.
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You can use the 2019 CWE Top 25 to help focus your application security efforts. Learn more about this list of the 25 most dangerous software weaknesses.
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Learn how to improve software security using evidence-based standards, and why you should inspect design and code quality during technical due diligence.
MITRE’s 2019 CWE Top 25 list contains many code quality issues that can result in security vulnerabilities. Static analysis can help you mitigate them.
Tech M&A typically evaluates security and legal risks, but what about software quality risks? Poor code and architecture quality can have a lasting impact.
We recently saw the first settlement by a company charged under the False Claims Act for failing to meet cyber security standards. Is there more to come?
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