An in-depth look at automated vulnerability scanning within financial software, how it works, as well as top tools and best practices to get the job done.
Endor Labs released a report that identifies the top 10 open source software risks, including known vulnerabilities, compromised legitimate packages, untracked dependencies, and more. Chis Hughes explains.
AI and automation can protect against financial and reputational losses from data theft and ransomware in financial software, writes Bill Doerrfeld.
The rise of software-as-a-service presents new business opportunities, but also new security challenges that need to be balanced with business enablement to ensure growth and protection. This guidebook on Securing Software-as-a-Service Applications, underwritten by Lookout, provides expert insights on how to integrate SaaS securely into businesses.
Nearly all cloud security incidents are due to customer misconfigurations. Chris Hughes explains how cybersecurity hygiene addresses the problem.
Contextual analysis makes Application Security (AppSec) more efficient by identifying the most exploitable vulnerabilities, CISO Chris Hughes says.
Digital transformation has brought on a new level of cybersecurity concerns around applications, and those need and those concerns warrant CEO focus, Tony Uphoff says.
The capabilities of Snyk for automatic discovery & remediation have positioned it to shift security left. However, vendor solutions only go so far.
After a breach, you’ll want to stop data loss as soon as possible, but it comes with risks and other drawbacks. Frank shares tips to arm you with the knowledge, options, and flexibility to advise your business on the right approach.
Burned out security and software teams are hard to retain and increase the odds of a breach. Bill speaks with Object First’s David Bennett, about how he tackles the issue as an object storage solution startup CEO.
In episode 32, Chris looks at a new Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency post that focuses on three critical steps for advancing vulnerability management across the ecosystem in IT.
Analyst Chrus Hughes takes a look at EPSS, a new approach to evaluating vulnerability that takes into account not only criticality and scores, but also exploitability.
Chris provides takeaways from the Cyber Safety Review Board’s recent Log4j incident report.
Cybersecurity has evolved beyond the “office of ‘no'” to a true business enabler that requires an on-going vigilant effort to keep a resilient security posture
What’s in a vulnerability score? Chris Hughes explains what these are, where they come from, and how cybersecurity professionals should approach them.
Bill Doerrfeld revisits the past decade of rising software vulnerabilities, which reinforces the need to patch compromised servers, use active threat monitoring, and prepare for quick responses to future zero-day exploits.
Vulnerability management is always a daunting task. In multi-cloud scenario, it’s even more challenging, as Chris Hughes explains in the context of AppSec.
When managing threats, no organization has the same exact needs. Robert Wood shares four factors to look at to help find solutions that fit, no matter the scenario.
The high-level fundamentals are a good starting point for organizations to reduce their vulnerabilities, writes Chris Hughes.
While zero-day vulnerability attacks still occur, new research emphasizes the need for basic security hygiene to protect against most advanced persistent threats.