Application security (AppSec) is an integral part of the development lifecycle, ensuring applications are built with security against various threats, including insider threats and malicious intrusion. Internal threats can occur due to human error and malicious acts like phishing schemes, and external threats can involve malware and injection attacks.
Endpoint protection tools and practices enable you to protect a network against endpoints and entry points, including desktops, mobile devices, and laptops. It aims to ensure that if any of these endpoints are compromised by malicious actors or campaigns, the rest of the network remains unaffected.
Endpoints are devices connected to your network, such as smartphones, laptops, routers, and Internet of Things (IoT) sensors. Endpoints enable users to access the network from different physical locations and devices. However, this benefit can turn into a risk when attackers take advantage of endpoints to breach the network. Read on to learn how to secure endpoints with EDR practices and tools..
A 2019 survey by Synopsys found that 96% out of 1100 scanned codebases included open-source components. These open-source components come with some unique issues that could be putting your system at risk. This is particularly true if you’re unaware of their presence.
In this article, you’ll learn some considerations for using open-source components. You’ll also learn how to secure your components and minimize your risks..
Digital information is arguably the most important asset for modern businesses, from financial data to customer demographics. The potential loss of customer or business data carries too heavy a risk to ignore, from regulatory fines to loss of brand trust and customers.
Despite the risks, businesses are using an increasing number of network-connected devices, many of which are not centrally managed or protected. Such devices grant attackers more potential routes into a system and create more points for businesses to protect..
The number and variety of threats to your business and personal data are always increasing. In 2019, attackers have become so sophisticated that it can be a struggle to stay ahead of them. As many as a third of organizations cannot protect their data from cybersecurity threats.
Read on to learn about some of the common data security threats, as well as a number of tools and practices that can help you protect your data in the event of a breach..
Everyone sells something online, nowadays. Through social media networks, people sell a digital image of themselves to the world. While this image doesn’t often directly translates into money, it can translate into career advancement—through LinkedIn—or brand awareness—through Facebook pages..
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is the practice of implementing policies and tools for the purpose of protecting business information against data exfiltration, data breaches, and data corruption. A DLP policy defines the process, while a DLP solution implements some or all aspects of the policy..