5 Ways To Pay Your Technical Debt Back | Synopsys
Secure your software development moving forward and reduce the creation of technical debt by aligning your software supply chain.
6 months later, Spectre still haunts | Synopsys Software Integrity
It’s now more than six months since the major design flaw in computer chips labeled Spectre became public. And it's still haunting the world of information technology. For those who don’t have a ...
6 recommendations for healthcare cybersecurity | Synopsys
The Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force published its recommendations this month, with six key recommendations for healthcare cybersecurity.
Checklist: 7 elements of GDPR software security compliance | Synopsys
Our GDPR compliance checklist explains seven steps you can take to improve your software security initiative and illustrate GDPR software security compliance.
7 software security myths about security best practices | Synopsys
Software security best practices are meant to improve security initiatives, not secure single applications. Here are 7 software security myths to consider.
7 ways financial services firms can protect themselves | Synopsys
When it comes to the finance industry, there are strategies that firms can implement to lock down assets and data as securely as possible.
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.
8 Takeaways from NIST’s Application Container Security Guide | Synopsys
NIST published the “Application Container Security Guide” in September to address security risks associated with container adoption. Read 8 key takeaways.
9 highlights from the 2018 Software Integrity blog | Synopsys
From vulnerability detection to API security, these nine topics hit the highlights from our coverage of software security and quality this year.
A Methodology for Quantifying Risks from Web Services | Synopsys
How do you quantify the risks from usage of Web Services that make calls to various APIs available commercially and in public domain for “free” usage?