The best way to deal with both rattlesnakes and security breaches is to avoid them to begin with. Security automation can be a great help here.
The shift to DevSecOps calls for greater integration of app sec testing tools into the development process. That means big changes for software teams.
Pen testing is not an option these days. It’s the only way to prove that your cloud apps and data are secure enough to allow maximum user access...
The new privacy laws demand a modern approach to TDM. Here's why—and how to get started shifting your efforts.
There’s too much to test, and not enough time. Here's one way to get to the "interesting" stuff faster.
By executing a risk-based assessment, you can create efficient penetration testing plans that concentrate efforts where they're needed most. Here's...
Security testing is rarely as conclusive as other testing. Here's how QA for security differs—and how to do it right. 
Here is a look at the kinds of testing and tools for you should use in your CI/CD pipeline to secure your code.
The moral of the story? Audit the equipment in your users’ work-from-home networks, and mandate replacement of devices that can’t be secured
What is often missed in app sec: How companies can push into more mature territory to build a resilient software and development pipeline.