You may not be able to make your systems secure, but you just might be able to make them good enough to handle what the real world throws at them. 
Here's how companies can quickly teach new hires their approach to development and application security.
With SecOps, it’s best to narrow your focus so you can quickly detect threat actors. Here's how to put the Attack framework to work on your team.
Smart CSOs know that if you’re not able to manage DevSecOps, an app sec partnership is more likely to fail.
The moral of the story? Like Apple, you might once have been different, but dev entropy is inevitable (cf. death and taxes).
Supply chain security represents a huge threat to enterprises. Here are three things you need to know about how to better secure your software.
Get rid of your silos and start streamlining processes so you can take advantage of the benefits of automation in both IT and security.
Can you feel it? That’s the wind changing. If your business model relies on selling users’ data, perhaps it’s untenable.
The dev and sec of DevSecOps are naturally in conflict, but you can nurture peaceful relations for better resilience. Here's how.
For cloud security and privacy, you need a list of action items to serve as your pillars. Here's where to start.

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