Checkmarx has launched new mobile security courses for developers. The interactive courses include secure coding for Android Java, Android Kotlin, iOS Objective C, and iOS Swift. There are 9 free courses which can be found here. For each of the languages, there are one or two free exercises in each course depending on how many total exercises are
With a whopping 2.2 billion gamers and $46.1B in revenue for mobile games (42% of the market), chances are you and\or your loved ones play mobile games. Children are no exception, according to a Nielsen research piece from earlier this year, most children get their own mobile phone between ages 10 – 12. It seems that
A trove of data containing the personal information of more than 60 million South African citizens has been breached in the biggest data breach to hit South Africa. The breach was discovered by security researcher and creator of Have I Been Pwned, Troy Hunt.
One of the biggest areas for application security in 2018 is how it fits within a true DevOps environment. In my discussions with some of the largest organizations in the world there seems to be one common theme, and that is the movement to a true DevOps program. DevOps is a hot topic that pretty much every
SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Checkmarx, a global leader in application security testing solutions, today announced it is launching new mobile security courses for developers. The interactive courses include secure coding for Android Java, Android Kotlin, iOS Objective C and iOS Swift. The importance of integrating security tests in the software development life cycle is commonly discussed and widely
Being a part of today’s tech-industry, you probably notice all winds blowing towards the implementation of DevOps and CI\CD methodologies, and rightfully so. Today’s software developers face an ever growing need for speedy development-to-production cycles with uncompromising security and reliability. One way of facing the speed versus quality challenge is the introduction of microservices.
The importance of integrating security tests in the software development life cycle is commonly discussed and widely agreed upon, yet getting developers to write secure code to begin with is known to be a challenge. According to the SANS 2016 State of Application Security survey, the lack of application security (AppSec) skills, tools and methods are top