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Software Security Predictions: What to Watch for in 2019

Software Security Predictions: What to Watch for in 2019

Security breaches regularly made headlines in 2018, while advancements in DevOps, application security testing tools, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cloud adoption, and the Internet of Things raced forward. 2019 promises to be another busy year in technology and digital transformation, but what will that look like for software security? Here are our software security predictions

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March 2017: Top Hacks and Breaches [INFOGRAPHIC]

The month of March in hacks and breaches began strong with discovery of a database containing 1.4B records left exposed by one of the biggest senders of spam. A few days after, WikiLeaks released details on secret CIA hacking tools used to break into computers, mobile devices, and smart TVs.  On the 13th of March,

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February 2017: Top Hacks and Breaches [INFOGRAPHIC]

February may be the shortest month, but there definitely was no shortage in hacks and breaches. The month started with a an anonymous hacker single-handedly taking down an entire dark web hosting service with more than 10K Tor-based .onion sites. Then, on February 10th, a security flaw found in WordPress allowed hackers to attack and deface an

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3 Need-to-Know Security Terms for 2017: DevOps, “Shifting Left” and Ransomware

As organizations of all sizes and verticals prepare for whatever malicious cyber criminals have in store for them in the upcoming fiscal quarters,  we wanted to focus on three need-to-know terms that all security professionals should be aware of, and familiar with, in 2017.   Today, organizations need to increase the speed and quantity of

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January 2017: Top Hacks and Breaches [INFOGRAPHIC]

The new year started with a whole new collection of hacks and security breaches. On the 4th of January, the known hacker CyberZeist claimed to have hacked the FBI’s website and proved it by leaking personal account information of several FBI agents. The hack happened by the exploitation of a zero-day vulnerability in the Plone CMS,

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