Building security into apps requires tools, but the tool landscape is ever changing. Stay ahead of those shifts with our guide to the top trends.
Phishing is not just about email attacks on consumers anymore, and your organization needs to be prepared for that.
The moral of the story? Red-team your apps—before someone else does.
A new technique called “living off the land” makes it harder for companies to detect attacks. Here are the tools to be most aware of.
Properly secured applications may slow short-term gain, but are a win in the long term for both companies and society. Here's why.
Even if you have the basics of policy, are you sure the actual implementation is on track?
Use the same tools as the bad actors to reverse-engineer your apps and find their flaws before the hackers do.
User and entity behavioral analytics tools let you detect unusual credential usage that could represent misuse, and respond accordingly.
Don't wait for a disaster: Here's how get on top of privacy engineering for your applications in the DevOps age.
You won't learn much about the state of your application's security unless you're willing to trust an ethical hacker with your code.

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