Automated security testing is the way to go. Here's why, the caveats to keep in mind, and some suggestions for getting started.
Adding hacking payloads to your existing security testing delivers in-depth, broad coverage. It's that simple. Here's how to get started.
Here are some tips for resolving your software bugs before they create expensive or even life-threatening problems.
How are modern software engineers going to implement the principles and be awesome DevOps or DevSecOps engineers? With the right tools.
Don't let application security sandbag application performance in the cloud. Here's the right way to layer on security.
How much faster, more secure, and more scalable is Drupal 8, and what does it mean for developers? Drupal core contributor Darryl Norris weighs in.
Traditional pen testing has hidden costs. Pen Testing as a Service (PTaaS) is one way to get more from your security spend. Here's why.
DevOps and static security testing are not ideal partners. Paring down the test set using machine learning, however, can help. Here are key tips.
Test your entire app environment a little bit at a time, and it will add up to positive results. Kevin Beaver explains how relentless...
It's no longer true that QA and application security are totally separate functions. Here's how to get QA more involved.

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