In today’s mobile app landscape, providing customers with the most tailored and personal experience possible is essential to edging out competitors. But creating such a custom-made experience requires collecting personal data – and when con…Read More Mobile app creation: Why data privacy and compliance should be at the forefront
In the wake of the Colonial Pipeline attack and other high-profile cases, IT teams may be scrabbling to shore up their endpoint protection. But those in the developer community know security weaknesses don’t begin and end there; write code improperly o…Read More Top tips for preventing SQL injection attacks
Salesforce isn’t rocket science, but the software has an incredible array of tools, which is why securing it demands a unique (and sometimes complex) approach. If you’re hoping to mitigate risks associated with your company’s use of Salesforce, y…Read More Acting on a security risk assessment of your organization’s use of Salesforce
Cloud native adoption has both transformed the way organizations build modern applications and resulted in increased security threats and concerns, according to a research by Snyk. Most notably, the report found that: More than half of companies survey…Read More Cloud native adoption increasing security concerns
Violations of security policies including insecure storage buckets, hardcoded passwords and exposed networking remain rampant.
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The most significant barrier to achieving DevSecOps is the continued perception that “Sec” is not already a part of “Dev” and “Ops”, says James Arlen, CISO at cloud data platform provider Aiven. Also, the fact this needs to be explicitly called out is …Read More Tips for boosting the “Sec” part of DevSecOps