Security Compass In the News

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  • Security Compass Announces Separation of Advisory Division to Expand Consulting Business

    Security Compass Announces Separation of Advisory Division to Expand Consulting Business

    In response to growing market demand, the Advisory division becomes a distinct business unit to provide more in-depth security strategy, security testing, and adversarial simulation

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  • Google: Insufficient and rushed patching leads to more zero-day exploits

    An analysis of 24 zero-day vulnerability exploits discovered in 2020 revealed that a quarter of them appeared to be closely related derivatives of previously known exploits.

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  • Automation has a key role to play in secure software development

    Automation has a key role to play in secure software development

    “The 2021 State of DevSecOps” study was designed to gather insights into different approaches and views on DevSecOps with a focus on large enterprises where security threats are gravest

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  • Survey Shows DevSecOps Progress in Larger Organizations

    Survey Shows DevSecOps Progress in Larger Organizations

    A survey of 250 U.S. and UK large enterprises with more $1 billion in revenue, finds three-quarters (75%) have implemented DevSecOps processes on current application development projects.

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  • More automation is needed to speed up secure software development

    More automation is needed to speed up secure software development

    The single most important driver of DevSecOps programs is improving the security, quality, and resilience of software, according to a new report.

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  • Security Compass Releases “The 2021 State of DevSecOps” Study Highlighting the Need for Automation in Secure Software Development

    Security Compass Releases “The 2021 State of DevSecOps” Study Highlighting the Need for Automation in Secure Software Development

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  • Building the resistance: how the cyber security industry is protecting the web

    Building the resistance: how the cyber security industry is protecting the web

    The SolarWinds breach of the U.S. government capped off a banner year for cyberattacks. But experts say it could end up making the internet more secure.

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  • The state of app sec tools: 5 trends shaping the big shift in 2021

    The state of app sec tools: 5 trends shaping the big shift in 2021

    Here are five key trends shaping the shift to more secure development and deployment of software.

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  • How A Balanced Development Security Fabric Enables Business Agility

    How A Balanced Development Security Fabric Enables Business Agility

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  • Security Compass Launches Hands-On Training Lab to Enhance Developer Skills and Application Security Programs

    Security Compass Launches Hands-On Training Lab to Enhance Developer Skills and Application Security Programs

    Security Compass expanded its e-learning program to provide interactive scenarios for developers to expand their knowledge of common security vulnerabilities.

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  • The Data-Centric Path to Zero Trust

    The Data-Centric Path to Zero Trust

    Data is an organization's most valuable asset, so a data-centric approach would provide the best value for organizations, now and in the future.

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  • Technado, Ep. 182: Security Compass’ Rohit Sethi

    Rohit Sethi from Security Compass joined the Technado team this week to talk about their platform to drive secure application development, then gave his opinions on the new IoT cybersecurity law.

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  • Rohit Sethi recognized as one of the top 25 cybersecurity IT executives

    The IT Services Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Cybersecurity IT Executives of 2020.

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  • 11 Expert Tips For Young Tech Execs Recovering From A Devastating Hack

    11 Expert Tips For Young Tech Execs Recovering From A Devastating Hack

    The seasoned tech leaders of Forbes Technology Council offer actionable tips to help new tech execsrecover from a hack and shore up their defenses.

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  • VotingWorks Partners with Security Compass to Secure Risk-Limiting Audit Software Arlo

    Arlo, a secure and open-source election audit tool developed by VotingWorks, assessed by Security Compass, was used to support Georgia’s full hand-count audit.

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  • Link software development to measured business value creation

    Link software development to measured business value creation

    Companies must balance customer needs against potential risks during software development to ensure they aren't ignoring security but not falling behind competitors at the same time.

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  • 16 Essential Things To Consider When Hiring An Outsourced Tech Partner

    16 Essential Things To Consider When Hiring An Outsourced Tech Partner

    To help you forge a successful partnership when hiring a tech partner, we turned to a panel of experts from Forbes Technology Council for essentials to consider.

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  • Security Compass Wins 2020 Cybersecurity Breakthrough Award for Application Security Solution of the Year

    Security Compass Wins 2020 Cybersecurity Breakthrough Award for Application Security Solution of the Year

    Through Balanced Development Automation, the SD Elements platform helps organizations improve software time to market and product security

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  • Debunking The Myth Of Security Versus Speed To Market

    Debunking The Myth Of Security Versus Speed To Market

    Altaz Valani is Director of Insights Research at Security Compass, provider of the industry’s first Balanced Development Automation platform

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  • Ripple20 Malware Highlights Industrial Security Challenges

    The recent discovery of 19 vulnerabilities in a lightweight TCP/IP library has sent shockwaves across industries as it exposes millions of organizations to potential cyberattacks.

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