16 CISOs and Security Leaders You Should be Following on Twitter

A few months ago we published an article, ’21 AppSec & Security Gurus You Should Be Following on Twitter,’ and even we were surprised with the buzz it created. It seems we had hit a chord with our readers, who are apparently pining for new security people to follow on Twitter. So, to feed your hunger

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What’s Holding You­­­­ Back from Securing Your Code?

Organizations today are aware of security risks they can be exposed to as a result of bad or wrong code practice.  However, while awareness is the first step, being able to act is a whole other ballgame. After witnessing more and more companies being hit by attacks based on well-known vulnerabilities, we sought to understand what’s holding organizations

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Safer Swift Development With Checkmarx’s New API

After using Objective-C for decades, Apple is swaying towards its newer and safer Swift programming language. The latter is compatible with Apple’s Cocoa/Cocoa Touch frameworks and works with almost all of the Objective-C code written for Apple computing and mobile devices. This shift has not been smooth and Swift development still has some security issues.

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The AppSec How-To: JavaScript Security Implications

JavaScript controls our lives – we use it to zoom in and out on a map, automatically schedule doctor appointments and play games online. But have we ever properly considered the security state of the scripting language? Before dismissing JavaScript security on the grounds of a client-side problem, consider the impact the exploitation of a JavaScript

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