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All You Wanted To Know About Identity Theft

With the internet revolution in full swing, web and mobile applications are extracting more and more private information from us. While this is definitely making life easier and enhancing our productivity, large databases of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) are left exposed due to lack of security awareness and/or vulnerable applications. Identity Theft has become a

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Static Analysis vs Pen Testing – Which One Is Right For You?

Penetration (Pen) Testing has long been the go-to tool for organizations looking to safeguard their applications. But the ever-evolving hacking techniques are exposing this aging solution’s shortcomings. The growing consensus in security circles is that applications need to be bolstered from the core – the source code. This is exactly where Static Analysis enters the picture, helping detect application

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8 Problems Every Application Security Program Leader Has To Tackle

Despite the astounding rise in cybercrime and hacking incidents worldwide, the modern Application Security Program Leader faces numerous bumps and obstacles on a daily basis within his organization. Application security has come a long way in the last decade, but the inherited limitations of the traditional solutions are not making life easy.

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SAST vs WAF – 5 Reasons To Opt For SAST

With the industrialization of cybercrime and rise in hacking severity, the value of traditional application security techniques is imploding. The Web Application Firewall (WAF), considered as a go-to security solution until not long ago, is currently experiencing a constant erosion in its effectiveness. On the other hand, Static Application Security Testing (SAST) solutions are gaining momentum.  

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Proactive AppSec

The Ten Commandments of Proactive Application Security

When you’re constantly reacting to suspicious alerts and fixing vulnerabilities only after they’ve been exploited, you’re missing the point of application security.   Application security, according to Wikipedia, “encompasses the measures taken throughout the code’s life-cycle to prevent gaps in the security policy of an application or the underlying vulnerabilities… of the application.” The practice

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