Static application security testing (SAST) plays a major
role in securing the software development lifecycle (SDLC).
Unlike dynamic application security testing (DAST), where
you need the system running to interact with it, SAST
works at the source code level prior to compiling. SAST
can address issues at the...
Security champions bridge the gap between security and development teams. Both of these teams want to deliver secure applications at the speed that the business demands, but traditionally, security practices are added into the SDLC without scaling knowledge and practices through development teams. This creates...
Cloud native applications don’t just run on a different platform; they
overhaul the scope of the applications, the methodologies with
which they’re built, and the skills and ownership around them. To
stay relevant, security practices need to undergo a transformation of
a similar magnitude. We have to embrace a...
The state of the art application security tool needs to combine the power of SAST and
DAST, with a focus on integrating security into the SDLC as early as possible. Additionally, the
tool needs to be developer-first — fast, seamless, contextualized, prioritized — in order to drive
adoption. And finally, it...
ReversingLabs commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total
Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on
investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying its Titanium
Platform. The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework
to evaluate the potential financial...
The strategic importance of securing software that enriches our
daily lives - our banking systems and ATMs, medical records,
utilities and even our connected homes and cars - cannot be
understated. Malicious actors are actively targeting software
supply chains with new levels of sophistication and...
As digital business and remote work become the new normal, organizations recognize their increasing
exposures to cyberattacks and the need to refactor their security strategies accordingly. In response to this
new landscape several key factors are influencing the demand for an inhouse Malware Lab,...
As sophisticated malware continues to evade existing detection tools and
processes, security teams must adopt new technologies and use them to deploy
new detection, hunt, and response capabilities. Security teams looking to improve
threat intelligence, hunting, analysis, and rapid response capabilities...
With deep national security implications, the cyber risks associated with the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) are perhaps the most urgent. Threat actors have realized that targeting vulnerable companies across the defense supply chain can be not only a profitable enterprise but also an alternate method to accessing...
Cybersecurity experts have been
and remain concerned about a potential attack on the U.S.
election infrastructure. With Russian interference
in the 2016 elections, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency
(CISA) undertook the mission to ensure free and...
Recent years have seen
firms in electricity generation and distribution, oil, and gas facing increasingly sophisticated
cybersecurity attacks. And the stakes in the energy sector are significantly high.
In May 2021, a cyber attack hit Colonial Pipeline1, and though the attack targeted the company’s
In 2020, reports indicated that cyberattacks on the healthcare industry more than doubled from 2019, with
ransomware accounting for 28 percent of all attacks. Unlike previous attacks focused
primarily on providers, the COVID-19 pandemic
exposed vulnerabilities in the entire healthcare sector.
In looking ahead to fraud transformation in 2022, it is good to
review where the conversation about 2021 began: with statistics
about perceptions and reality.
More than just survey results, this report offers expert analysis on
how to balance the competing priorities of business, customer and
compliance needs –...
The 2021 Cybersecurity Complexity Study was conducted in the summer of 2021. Focused on EU & UK enterprises, the survey
received more than 200 responses from organisations primarily in professional services (37%)
and financial services (32%), but also in retail, utilities and manufacturing, mainly with...
Though ransomware is not a new type of malware, it is becoming ever more pervasive and ransom demands are only getting higher.
What is the key to ransomware’s success?
Download this guide and learn:
How ransomware has remained a persistent threat
Common attack methods
What prevention and detection methods to...