Traditional methods for injecting secrets may create risks due to the architectures of serverless frameworks. Here are alternatives to consider.
Here's how to use negative testing to bolster the security of your web APIs—and your software overall.
The rapid rise of containers has complicated security pro's jobs. Here are the steps you can take to improve your organization's container security.
Developers are in attackers' crosshairs. What can you do to protect your software and users? Focus on the software supply chain.
While companies are producing cleaner code overall, the average age of open source vulnerabilities is on the rise. Here are key metrics to mind.
Open-source software can speed up the dev process, but beware of the security and licensing risks or you may wind up losing what you create.
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.
Properly secured applications may slow short-term gain, but are a win in the long term for both companies and society. Here's why.
Use the same tools as the bad actors to reverse-engineer your apps and find their flaws before the hackers do.
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.