Security Whitepapers

Stopping Credential Leaks: A Race Against Time

Stolen credentials are the top hacking tactic for the fourth consecutive year, according to the latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report. If this isn’t enough to get the attention of cybersecurity professionals, the report further states that 37% of all data breaches are the result of used or stolen credentials. Each combination of a password

How to Manage Third-Party Digital Risk

The adoption of digital transformation, cloud computing, and outsourcing of physical IT infrastructure streamlined processes and lowered costs; however an unintended consequence is enterprise digital assets are now in the hands of third, fourth, and Nth parties — far outside the corporate security perimeter. Download this whitepaper to learn: – How digital risk is shifting

Application Security Solutions

Why You Need Application Security Every company is now a software company. Companies of all sizes in all industries are churning out applications more rapidly than ever in order to move faster; better communicate with customers, prospects and partners; and differentiate themselves in this digital world. To keep pace, organizations are not just developing more

Understanding Your Open Source Risk

The demand on software development teams is greater than ever. With the cultural move towards DevOps, the implementation of CI/CD systems, and the desire to operate in an agile manner, developers are being asked to push out more software — and in shorter periods of time — than ever before. In turn, developers are increasingly

State of Software Security – Volume 11

Whether you agree with that statement or not, it’s becoming clear that software permeates practically every facet of our lives, even in areas we don’t expect. Over the past 11 years, we have explored the challenges in secure application development against the backdrop of new threats and evolving expectations in our annual State of Software

Balancing customer convenience with cybersecurity threads in financial services

Growing customer demand and cloud efficiency gains are accelerating development of innovative financial services applications—and, at the same time, exposing potential security vulnerabilities. Because sensitive financial data is so highly valued by bad actors, financial services organizations need to take every precaution to ensure secure application development and deployment while supporting governance, risk, and compliance

After Years of Security Prioritization, How Do You Finally Protect Lingering Vulnerabilities?

Inconsistency Creates Scalability and Coverage Issues With a comprehensive AppSec program, you want to understand your entire development, security, and application footprint so you can roll out consistent tools and processes. Download this whitepaper to learn: • Importance and risk don’t correlate: Many organizations prioritize protection for the most critical applications. However, attackers circumvent this

Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing

Modern application design and the continued adoption of DevSecOps are expanding the scope of the AST market. Security and risk management leaders will need to meet tighter deadlines and test more complex applications by seamlessly integrating and automating AST in the software delivery life cycle. Strategic Planning Assumptions By 2025, 70% of attacks against containers

Modern Application Development Security

DevSecOps has moved security front and center in the world of modern development; however, security and development teams are driven by different metrics, making objective alignment challenging. This is further exacerbated by the fact that most security teams lack an understanding of modern application development practices. The move to microservices-driven architectures and the use of

Build A Developer Security Champions Program

Firms that want to secure applications are challenged by understaffed security teams and lack of security awareness on the part of developers. Developer security champions are developers who act as a security point of contact in their team, but programs to create and support them require investment and planning. Security and risk (S&R) professionals should