Dev teams that master software security will also crack the code on how to influence cultural changes across the whole organization.
Dissatisfaction with SIEM tools is rising. Will security automation and orchestration tools knock them out?
Developers may never become experts in security, and that's OK. But they must share a common goal of securing the product.
Don't rely on old techniques to catch a crook. Here's why you should focus less on intrusion-detection and honeypots, and more on deception.
Developers who want an encryption algorithm that's highly secure—and will pass a compliance audit—should start with products that can pass the FIPS...
Bug bounties are on the rise but hackers still often—and unfairly—get a bad rap. Here's how they are protecting your data.
The call for secure software development makes security pros in high demand. Know your code and standards and you'll be at the front of the pack.
As malware detection tools continue to evolve, AI will play a larger and more important role. Here's how and why.
Can you trust any browser extensions? IT shops might want to consider extension blocking as a policy.
Cyber reasoning systems will certainly be joining security teams on the front lines before too long.

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