Security Whitepapers

4 Ways to Increase Developer Buy-In of AppSec

Today, most organizations are in a race to deliver new, innovative software before their competitors. In turn, they have gone from bi-annual software releases to daily, hourly, or even by-the-minute releases. To keep up with these rapid deployments, security has had to shift from being a late-stage blocker, to an integrated part of the development


Application security is one of the great frontiers in information security Apart from the code that is authored by developers, virtually no modern application can avoid including open source libraries that provide functionality that would be extremely tedious to write from scratch. Whether we’re looking at a relatively common library with a rich feature set,

Veracode Security Labs

HANDS-ON LABS TO SHIFT SECURITY KNOWLEDGE LEFT WITH VERACODE When it comes to software, developers are really the only ones in an organization who can fix the vulnerabilities in their code. Yet developers often don’t have the training they need to identify or remediate vulnerabilities and to code securely to reduce the number of vulnerabilities


Before the COVID-19 crisis even happened, rapid digitalisation and disruption was creating a new “business normal” for each and every enterprise, organisation, business and government agency. Flexible and remote working had been steadily growing for years, but undoubtedly the pandemic has been a clear tipping point, and the need for “boundless security” is now essential.

The threat intelligence handbook

This book will explain how you can begin the process of democratizing threat intelligence and put it into the hands of the people in your organization who can use it effectively. We look at the specific threat intelligence needs of six security teams, the sources of that intelligence, and exactly how the teams can use

Digital payments and banking. Key trends in security risk management

Simplify and secure the digital payments ecosystem and its sensitive data Payment platforms remain a favorite target for attackers because of the potential monetary gains and profiting from personal information. As new players expand the payments ecosystem, the transaction chain’s complexity and security risks increase. Cyber criminals look for weaknesses across a business’s entire digital