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.
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.
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.
2019 CWE Top 25 list can boost your application security | Synopsys
You can use the 2019 CWE Top 25 to help focus your application security efforts. Learn more about this list of the 25 most dangerous software weaknesses.
2019 OSSRA infographic: Open source trends and findings | Synopsys
Our 2019 OSSRA infographic shows trends and key findings from the latest Synopsys Open Source Security and Risk Analysis report. Download the free PDF.
2019 OSSRA webinar: Trends in usage and risk management | Synopsys
In our 2019 OSSRA webinar, Tim Mackey discusses trends in open source usage and risk management from the latest OSSRA report. Watch the recording now.
2019 software security predictions: AI, IoT, and more | Synopsys
Our experts share their 2019 software security predictions about AI/machine learning, design and standards, cloud adoption, and IoT, routers, and data in transit.
3 long-term benefits of a security training strategy | Synopsys
A security training strategy can help your organization build key software security initiative capabilities. Here are just three of its long-term benefits.
DevSecOps and the modern application security program | Synopsys
Interest in DevSecOps is on the rise. What’s driving this interest? And how can teams use this knowledge to modernize their application security programs?
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.