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Company Exemplifies a Workplace Culture Driven by Credibility, Respect, Fairness, Pride, and Camaraderie.
The company's first-ever conference, Equilibrium 2021, aims to bring together security and technology professionals to improve security and time to market in software development
Security Compass has been named to the 2021 list of Best Workplaces in Canada for the third year in a row. The company has one of the most inclusive and trust-building work cultures in Canada.
The combination of digitization and innovation has fundamentally changed the outlook for companies within the fintech and financial services sector.
How businesses can achieve a balanced approach for rapid and secure application development.
Balanced development automation is a natural evolution of DevOps because it includes risk and compliance, as well as technical, concerns.
Instead of patchwork security fixes, financial organizations need to embrace automation, create and deploy secure software and address implementation problems.
Security Compass today announced that their flagship product, SD Elements, is now available in the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Platform One Iron Bank repository
The biggest contributions of AI to our society have yet to be realized. We will see advancements in three areas by 2030 as a result of AI – personal assistance devices, genomics, and space exploration
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
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.
“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
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.
The single most important driver of DevSecOps programs is improving the security, quality, and resilience of software, according to a new report.
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.
Here are five key trends shaping the shift to more secure development and deployment of software.
Security Compass expanded its e-learning program to provide interactive scenarios for developers to expand their knowledge of common security vulnerabilities.
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.