10 critical cloud security threats in 2018 and beyond | Synopsys
Don’t let cloud security threats rain on your parade. Explore our list of the top 10 security risks in cloud computing and what you can do to mitigate them.
Application Security & Software Security Blog | Synopsys
We offer authoritative insight and opinions on software and application security breaking news, analysis, and business intelligence from the leading Software Integrity Group at Synopsys.
2017 Coverity Scan Report: The future of open source security | Synopsys
The 2017 Coverity Scan report examines OSS project risk, initiatives form the Linux Foundation, and the future of open source software. Learn more.
Introducing the 2018 CISO Report: A Q&A with Gary McGraw | Synopsys
We recently sat down with Dr. Gary McGraw to discuss his latest research effort around the CISO role. Learn more about the findings in a new report.
Which 2020 cyber security predictions held up this year? | Synopsys
In a year marked by unprecedented challenges, we revisit the 2020 cyber security predictions to see which projections held up and which ones didn't.
Experts talk 2019 application security trends at RSA | Synopsys
We asked a couple of AppSec experts and BSIMM participants about 2019 application security trends, challenges, obstacles, and solutions. Here’s what they said.
OWASP Top 10—A7: Request for removal and replacement | Synopsys
Proposed entry “A7 - Insufficient Attack Protection” is a potentially dangerous addition to the 2017 OWASP Top 10 Application Security Risks list.
6 Findings from DevSecOps Practices' Survey | Synopsys
Synopsys surveyed 1,500 IT professionals working in cyber security to analyze the DevSecOps practices used to address open source vulnerability management.
A look at 2021 software security predictions | Synopsys
Experts share their 2021 software security predictions about DevSecOps adoption, the risks of social engineering and ransomware, cloud adoption, and more.
Life-forms descend on Leipzig #34C3: Chaos Communication Congress
At the 34th Chaos Communication Congress (#34C3), life-forms descended on Leipzig to encourage people to use technology to make the world better. Or TUWAT.