What  Is An Application Risk Assessment And How Does It Work?

Applications are the life blood of every corporation today when it comes to managing digital assets, so it stands to reason that they are also the most at-risk area of your IT security strategy. This has given rise to application risk assessments and smart CISOs routinely implement this as a core to their security strategy.

BLOG Feb 08

How To Stay Proactive With Your Application Security Assessments In 2021

Applications are the heart of employee and user productivity. There are now literally billions of applications each with a specific function and value. Unfortunately, they also provide one of the easiest openings for cyber criminals and hackers to gain access to your critical IT infrastructure and information assets. So, it stands to reason that proactive application security assessments will help ensure your 2021 goes breach-free.

BLOG Jan 11

Acceleration Digital Transformation With security

As 2020 comes to a close and we still find our organization sin continued lockdowns, many companies are using the time to evaluate and implement new digital transformation projects. But are they also opening the door to cybercriminals with new security vulnerabilities in the process?

BLOG Nov 30

6 Ways To Make Your DevSec Training Stick In Your Employee's Mind

Poor employee training has been well documented to cost companies significantly in reduced productivity as well as actual hard budget in mistakes and having great employees leave. This problem is even more magnified in the development organization where poor training can not only cost internal budget but may result in an IT security breach that will have an even bigger negative impact.

BLOG Nov 16

How Do You Know If Your Mobile Or Web Applications Are Secure?

How many apps do you have on your phone? What about your computer? How often do you use or even depend on them? How secure do you think they are? TechRepublic reported “cyberattacks are helping criminals in total to make more than $1.5 trillion in revenue each year.” Given how profitable cyberattacks have become, it certainly warrants a deeper look into the targets, delivery vehicles and methods for prevention.

BLOG Oct 12

Exposing Security Weaknesses Of Your IoT Devices

As a modernized society, we have come to rely on the Internet of Things (IoT) for everything from turning our lights on and off, regulating temperature, and self-driving to a specific address to reporting glucose levels to the doctor or delivering a drone strike to a military target. Done correctly IoT is an effective means to improve our very existence, but when a single vulnerability is exploited by a cybercriminal, it can lead to damage that ranges from the sublime (i.e. nuisance behavior) to the extreme (i.e. theft, destruction or even death).

BLOG Sep 21