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Application
Security Trends

Traditional security is well past its expiration date.
Learn about the latest trends in AppSec in these posts,
from DevOps to SAST and everything in between.

The Year of GDPR

Way back in 2012, the European Commission laid down initial plans for the European Union’s data protection reform. It took the relevant parties four years to reach an agreement on what would be involved and how it will be enforced. And now, here we are! As close as ever to the May deadline in the

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Looking Ahead: What’s in Store for Cybersecurity in 2018?

As the cybersecurity world is left reeling from record breaking hacks and breaches which occurred (or surfaced) in 2017, the importance of organizations ensuring their code’s security is rightfully taking the spotlight as the new year begins.   However, in taking a step beyond code security, it’s critical that organizations of all sizes and those

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Smart Cities: Can My City be Hacked?

Our connected devices make life easier on us as individuals, and the conveniences afforded to us by connecting technology to the physical world around us are compounded when we expand the reach from individuals to a greater population, – entire cities.   While cities have been adapting new technologies that connect the physical world to

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A Closer Look: OWASP Top 10 2017 – Application Security Risks

Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is an organization filled with security experts from around the world who provide information about applications and the risks posed, in the most direct, neutral, and practical way. Since 2003, OWASP has been releasing the OWASP Top 10 list every three/four years. The list consists of the top biggest Application Security

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A Simple Coding Error Put Millions of Smartphone Users at Risk: What You Need to Know

As many as 180 million smartphone users are at risk of having texts and calls hijacked by hackers – all due to a simple coding error in at least 685 different mobile apps. A warning was released by the cybersecurity firm Appthority late last week. According to Appthority, the vulnerability (known as Eavesdropper) could let

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