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.
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?
Some are concerned by the lack of GDPR fines issued by Ireland, the lead regulator for many tech giants. But the country’s taking its time for good reason.
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In our software compliance webinar, Matan Scharf (Synopsys) explains the hidden security dangers of software standardization. Available on demand.
The first year of GDPR started slow, but companies and regulators alike are picking up speed. Our new infographic shows GDPR’s first year by the numbers.
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Learn about the magic of IAST, how to uncover the risks of APIs and web services in M&A, and how DoD and government agencies can mitigate software risks.
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PCI DSS compliance can help you protect sensitive data and prevent data breaches. Step 1: Identify sensitive data and track how your applications handle it.
The path to software standards compliance can be rocky. Teach your developers how to avoid common mistakes that can set you back in your compliance efforts.
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The GDPR fines issued so far have been small, but breach notifications are up. As GDPR continues to ramp up, it seems likely to achieve its goals of privacy.