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.
Infographic: 2020 OSSRA findings on open source trends | Synopsys
Our 2020 OSSRA infographic shows key findings and open source trends from the Synopsys Open Source Security and Risk Analysis report. Download the free PDF.
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.
3 long-term benefits of an application security training strategy | Synopsys
An application security training strategy can help your organization build key software security capabilities. Here are just three long-term benefits.
3 ways to improve your software development skills | Synopsys
Learn how to broaden your knowledge, hone your software development skills, decide on a specialization—and stand out in an increasingly competitive field.
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.
The 4 Most Important Secure Development Disciplines | Synopsys
Building security into their DevOps culture by following 4 development disciplines enables Dynatrace to focus on secure software & product development.
Online safety tips to promote within your company | Synopsys
Raise security awareness in your organization. You’ll protect your employees and your business. Get started with these online safety tips.
4 Risks in connected cars: security implications of open source | Synopsys
At Flight Amsterdam I led a panel discussion on the security implications of open source in connected cars, joined by Gordon Haff and Simon Gutteridge.