7 software security myths about best practices | Synopsys
Software security best practices are meant to improve security initiatives, not secure single applications. Let’s debunk 7 common software security myths.
8 must-have features in an IAST solution | Synopsys
With so many vendors to choose from, finding the perfect IAST solution for your organization’s needs can be difficult. Here’s a checklist of 8 must-have features for any good IAST tool.
A methodology for quantifying risks from web services | Synopsys
How do you quantify the risks of using of web services that make calls to various APIs available commercially and in the public domain for “free” usage?
AAMI TIR57 recognized by the FDA as a foundational cybersecurity standard for...
The AAMI TIR57 "Principles for medical device security - Risk management" standard was published by AAMI this summer.
3 ways abuse cases can drive security requirements | Synopsys
Learn how to use abuse cases to determine security requirements, strengthen controls, and improve the security of an application's business features.
Add Security to Your SDLC With This Handy Checklist | Synopsys
This checklist will guide you throughout the development journey to assure that you’re integrating security into each of the seven SDLC artifacts.
Learn how to accelerate your agile security strategy | Synopsys
Find the most aerodynamic way to build security into agile development with a variety of tools that effectively meet your firm's challenges.
Abuse cases: How to think like a hacker | Synopsys
Writing abuse cases is an exercise in “thinking like the enemy." It's a great way to help secure your software and systems and stay ahead of attacks.
IAST defined, plus the advantages of IAST for business-critical software
As an acronym, IAST is awkward to pronounce or to guess what it stands for. But as a testing tool, IAST is remarkably effective at rooting out potentially catastrophic bugs in web-based ...
Agile application security vs. traditional application security | Synopsys
How does agile application security differ from traditional application security, and what does it mean for your agile development practice?