Password managers are desperately imperfect, but they’re the least-worst option. Beware of babies hiding in bathwater.
Software does not age well. Fact is, older apps have more vulnerabilities and risk. Here are tools and approaches to help you manage the problem.
Whether you're in dev or IT, consider reminding your users not to share private data—even "in private."
Choose people-first. Choose privacy-first. Reject Google’s opaque shenanigans.
Get your security game on, and help your developers become more security-minded with fun, recognition, and prizes.
Guido van Rossum can’t believe you’ve not upgraded already. How sure are you that you have no Python 2 code running?
Improving software security should not be an us-vs.-them deal. Here's how incentives backed by automation can induce a cultural shift.
There’s too much to test, and not enough time. Here's one way to get to the "interesting" stuff faster.
Consider banning or restricting use of classic-Bluetooth devices in your organization.
Don't make the mistake of putting all your trust in AI to secure your systems. Take these lessons from the BlackBerry Cylance hack to heart.