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South Africa’s Biggest Data Breach: What You Need To Know

A trove of data containing the personal information of more than 60 million South African citizens has been breached in the biggest data breach to hit South Africa. The breach was discovered by security researcher and creator of Have I Been Pwned, Troy Hunt.  

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Continuous Security Testing for Microservices

Being a part of today’s tech-industry, you probably notice all winds blowing towards the implementation of DevOps and CI\CD methodologies, and rightfully so. Today’s software developers face an ever growing need for speedy development-to-production cycles with uncompromising security and reliability. One way of facing the speed versus quality challenge is the introduction of microservices.  

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3 Ways to Prevent XSS

When we discuss vulnerabilities in applications, there are different categories that we come across. Some vulnerabilities are extremely common yet allow for little or no damage should an attacker discover and exploit them, while others are incredibly rare but can have major, lasting impact on the organizations behind the attacked application. Then, there’s the third

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Why You Need Automated Security in an Agile Software Environment

Why You Need Automated Security in an Agile Software Environment

Today’s business cycles require faster and more innovative results more than ever before in order to stay competitive. As organizations speed up their time to market, they are realizing the waterfall methodology is no longer working. Now they are creating and adopting rapid application development methodologies. One of those methodologies, agile software development is arguably

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A Closer Look: Securing with Jenkins

Acclaimed by the DevOps world and best known as the leading open source automation server for continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD), Jenkins is a Java-based program designed to monitor a set of executions in a software environment. Jenkins allows developers to rapidly detect and resolve errors in the code base and boosts automated

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