We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again: an organization is only as secure as its weakest link. Most, if not all, of your employees are online and on their mobile devices in your workplace, whether you have a BYOD policy in place or not. Developers release software with millions of lines of code,
The annual Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) was released earlier this month to much anticipation, hitting a big milestone with its tenth-anniversary edition. And once again, it’s proving to be one of the most referenced data breach reports in the cyberworld and a must-read for industry leaders and security professionals across the globe.
As technology grows, so does the risk of getting hacked. So, it should come as no surprise that InfoSec skills are becoming more important and more in demand. No matter if you’re a beginner or an expert, nor if you’re a security manager, developer, auditor, or pentester – you can now get started by using
Security has become a major concern in recent years with hacks becoming bigger and risks becoming greater. Today’s software must be built with the ability to combat and cope with various malicious attacks, and yet, many software developers still might miss a crucial step while creating a secure SDLC (software development lifecycle) process. In order
Penetration testing, more commonly called pentesting, is the practice of finding holes that could be exploited in an application, network or system with the goal of detecting security vulnerabilities that a hacker could use against it. Pentesting is used to detect three things: how the system reacts to an attack, which weak spots exist that