To start the discussion on why a Secure SDLC is more important now than ever, we need to take a look at the evolution in applications and how they’re being secured. Both applications and the way organizations are tasked with securing them have changed dramatically over the past few decades.
They say the best defense is a great offense – and with application security, that’s certainly a big factor in staying ahead of the hackers. Organizations keen on keeping malicious hackers out of their systems will use any number of offensive measures as a way to find the kinds of holes attackers could use against
In the world of software security, there is an ongoing battle over which category of code analysis delivers a higher level of security into the software development lifecycle (SDLC): source code versus bytecode analysis. While both bytecode analysis (BCA) and source code analysis (SCA) seem to offer organizations a high level of security when it comes
Let’s start with this: the idea of a security vulnerability assessment is certainly not “breaking news”. For centuries, organizations have proactively scanned their physical security in search of real or potential weaknesses, and for decades they’ve shifted their skeptical gaze to IT systems and devices. And while it’s true that some organizations are better
If you’ve ever felt the glare of developers unhappy with you for ‘making them’ fix an issue or subjecting them to a lesson in security, you’re familiar with the tension that can arise between the security and development teams. But without the development team on your side, you’ll never get your Application Security program up