Application security in Financial Information Systems (FIS) has become a must in today’s malicious cyberspace. Due to the wide range of solutions in the market, many software executives find it hard to pick the right defense strategy for their systems, which contain highly sensitive details and valuable information.
Globally, upper-level management in corporations big and small have a conundrum when deciding what to do about their information security strategy. It’s a hassle; it’s another expense; it’s unnecessary, they say. Do information security correctly, though, and you could save millions of dollars and headaches; when it comes to data breaches, it’s better safe than
The companies will jointly work on Application Security. (CBR) –November 13, 2013 — IT consultants Ballintrae and Checkmarx, an application security testing, have joined forces to reduce software risk. With risk high on the boardroom agenda, it is hoped that the partnership will help financial services organisations minimize software risk when developing and upgrading internal and client-facing applications.
We’re gearing up for another great AppSec USA conference in New York! With an expected 2,500 attendees heading to NYC next week to take part, it is the largest AppSec conference to date, and between keynote speakers, bug bounty group hacks, Open Mic sessions and a Lock-pick Village, it’s going to be a full week.
Checkmarx started the week off with exciting news: After experiencing 2,200% growth over the past five years, Checkmarx closed a $8 million financing round on Monday. From the Globes article: “According to IVC, Checkmarx previously raised $6.5 million. It was founded in 2006 by CTO Maty Siman at Ofer Hi-Tech’s Naiot Venture Accelerator. Emmanuel Benzaquen is
Before you get hit with the next flood of security news, catch up on the big stories that caught the AppSec community over the past week. From pre-Cyber Monday safety tips to the ground-breaking revelation that ‘12356’ is a really popular password to the untraceable Bitcoin robbery of $1.2M, we’ve got you covered.
In a sudden turn of events, Microsoft has released a Security Advisory regarding vulnerability in some of its most common software versions. This security flaw can allow hackers to execute codes remotely by gaining full access to user’s computers.
It’s already a week into November and that means one thing: the holidays – and the mad rush that is holiday shopping – are fast approaching. With Cyber Monday numbers expected to be at an all-time high this year, it’s crucial for companies to get their ‘digital ducks’ in a row before the big rush
Web hacking was considered an ostracized field just a few years ago. These days it’s a subculture, with more and more average programmers learning the basics of the trade and pulling off impressive “conquests”.
This article originally appeared in Israeli publication The Marker. Read it in Hebrew here. By Jonathan Raveh In a world where security breaches can cause enormous daily losses of up to millions of dollars, companies have started to develop a deeper understanding of what it takes to protect and secure the digital side of their