For a long time, the development of scripts, software, or small bits of automation has been relegated to software engineers. However, the introduction of low-code/no-code applications has helped the development-opportunities pendulum swing to roles that don’t require software backgrounds. These low-code/no-code applications enable people to automate parts of their day-to-day jobs. This article explores several areas of risk that can emerge with the adoption of low-code/no-code applications, as well as areas that security teams should consider in the risk assessment and threat-modeling process.
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