Here are five simple things any developer or DevOps engineer can do to make their cloud infrastructure and applications more secure.
The moral of the story? Consider blocking complex file types in incoming email. Pentest and redteam. Segment your networks. Test your DR strategy.
The moral of the story? You’re not a spammer, but you don’t want to share a neighborhood with one.
Use MITRE's CWE list to standardize developer education and make sure your software development processes are set to catch the issues.
There are ways to prepare for ransomware attacks, but the best long-term play is to invest in security to hit the bad actors right in their ROI.
An open-source SOC can work for some organizations. But experts urge the need to look at the total cost of this approach. Here are the ups and downs.
The moral of the story? Despite Apple’s and Google’s efforts, smartphone malware is still a thing, so beware BYOD. And teach click fraud to marketing.
Experts share key considerations and steps to get started with zero-trust security in your organization.
Here are some tips for resolving your software bugs before they create expensive or even life-threatening problems.
The moral of the story? If your apps gather location data, think carefully about what you do with it. And if you’re buying it, get a steady job.