New research from Lookout identifies key pain points impacting the cybersecurity readiness of financial services firms, and recommends new approaches.
Chainguard’s container image registry powered by Cloudflare R2 aims to mitigate the escalating cost of downloading container images.
A proactive approach to SaaS security — starting with asset management — can protect against data misuse and other potential vulnerabilities.
In a survey covering hundreds of IT and cybersecurity leaders, Lookout pinpoints areas of complexity and cybersecurity challenges facing financial services firms.
Fortinet’s “Cyber Threat Predictions for 2023” report examines the rise of ransomware, the mainstreaming of edge attacks, and the weaponization of AI.
With its EU Sovereign Cloud, Oracle aims to address common risks associated with data residency, privacy, and management.
Manual code reviews have limitations in addressing the risks of hard-coded secrets, leading to a critical need for automated analysis in securing the software development process.
The Cybercrime Atlas is a collaborative effort involving businesses, law enforcement agencies, and researchers to combat cybercrime and strengthen global defenses against cyber threats.
Trend Micro predicts that cloud security will be absorbed into overall security operations, following a familiar trend with past innovations.
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Secrets sprawl is a pervasive problem in software security. Acceleration Economy analyst Rob Wood explains how to use automation to prevent exposed secrets in your applications.
Employment identity theft is a growing concern for individuals and businesses. Learn how to protect yourself and your organization from becoming a victim.
Snyk provides developer-focused security for companies across every sector, enabling ongoing security improvements including reduced risk exposure.
The cybersecurity innovator Snyk caters to developers, ensuring that their code is secure as it’s written, and that their open-source software is monitored continuously.
Snyk shifts security left with its Deep Code AI Fix, a proprietary AI engine that automates security fixes for developers, enabling risk reduction and addressing vulnerabilities in cybersecurity.
GitGuardian and Snyk join forces to strengthen cloud-native security, enhance their developer-centric approach, and drive early risk mitigation in software development.
Snyk and GitGuardian, two prominent security tools providers, collaborate to tackle cloud-native security challenges and bolster cybersecurity measures.
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