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Vulnerabilities let people see your Tinder swipes and photos
January 23, 2018 | By Alfred Ng

You might want to swipe left on Tinder's security. Researchers at Checkmarx, which helps developers test the security of their applications, said in a blog post Tuesday that the popular dating app has... Read More >

2018 DevOps Predictions
December 18, 2017

In 2018 one major change we will see as it relates to Application Security (AppSec) is that there will be a reduction of organizations running their own dynamic application security testing (DAST). Many organizations will begin to leverage interactive application security testing (IAST), validating the results by running DAST-as-a-Service. Looking... Read More >

Why mobile game developers need to say “Game Over” to the man-in-the-middle
December 14, 2017 | By Amit Ashbel

With a whopping 2.2 billion smartphone users worldwide, it is no surprise that mobile games make up 42 percent of the gaming market equating to $46.1 billion in revenue. What... Read More >

Predictions 2018: How DevOps, AI Will Impact Security
December 14, 2017 | By Chris Preimesberger

Amit Ashbel, Director of Product Marketing and Cyber Security Evangelist, Checkmarx:  Here’s what’s next for DevOps.  “DevOps is still maturing, and while many organizations are shifting to DevOps, many are still in the process and not there yet. That said, the DevOps movement will continue to grow and increase its scope to cover... Read More >

Infosec expert viewpoint: DevOps security
November 27, 2017 | By Mirko Zorz

In talking to companies all over the U.S, it is almost unanimous that DevOps is here to stay. DevOps modernizes the software development life cycle and deployment to account for the way businesses are run. I would say 90-95% of enterprise companies have some sort of DevOps initiative and are... Read More >

Share the Cost of Secure Application Development
November 22, 2017 | By Amit Ashbel

The cost of protecting applications from cyberattacks is climbing fast. So, it's time for business units to help cover the pricetag. The 2017 Ponemon Institute study reaffirms that while this year has seen more hacks and breaches than 2016, organizations are actually spending less money per breach. But the climbing security stocks... Read More >

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