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Johnson Controls, a well-known brand in the smart building space, takes a proactive approach to cybersecurity with SD Elements to ensure their systems are protected. Learn how.
Despite the benefits of cloud computing, financial institutions lag behind other industries in terms of cloud adoption. The risk of data loss and regulatory compliance are some of the major concerns.
Relevant, just-in-time secure coding training can help developers learn fast and retain more knowledge. Read more to know about effective security training.
Moving applications from on-premise to SaaS brings a different set of risks. First among those is the fact that users data is stored in the SaaS provider's data center.
How frustrating is it to keep finding vulnerabilities in your code and trying to resolve false positives from scanners when you're on a time crunch?
After spending hours writing code, every developer dreads hearing they'll have to spend additional hours remediating the code. Through automation, these vulnerabilities can be easily avoided.
Making a strong business case for software security will not only help you to get buy-in from leadership; but also ensure alignment with the organizational goals.
Our consulting team performed an evaluation of the Android version of Canada’s COVID alert app to evaluate data privacy and security concerns.
One of the biggest challenges that remain in DevSecOps today is alignment between teams. Read how scenario planning can help overcome this challenge.
Organizations are considering cybersecurity budget cuts to save costs during the current slowdown. Read why that might not be the best strategy right now.
Most discussions focus on the tactical benefits of security in software development. It would be easier to integrate security if we talk about its business value.
Do you think the friction between security and development slows down the SDLC? Learn how to manage security without slowing down development.
This session covered the dynamic nature of both security standards and DevOps technologies in our product development pipeline.
This session covered the implementation of an automated, continuous risk pipeline that demonstrates how cyber-resiliency and compliance risk can be traced to and from DevSecOps teams.
In order to respond to changes quickly, organizations aim for faster deployments of software so they can remain competitive. But are they building security in?
Learn why organizations who are bringing products to market faster are automating balanced development at the beginning of the software development lifecycle.
Learn what happens when security vulnerabilities are identified in software already deployed in a customer’s environment.