Open Source Code: New Approach to Application Security Management
Software applications access many of the most important assets organizations manage, such as intellectual property, strategic plans and customer data. Application security management has frequently...
12 Questions to Ask your App Testing Partner | Synopsys
Learn what questions to ask your app testing service provider to understand exactly the type of support you will receive.
Examining Apple Security 55471, aka goto fail | Synopsys
If you haven't heard about the ironically named "goto fail" vulnerability, read on to explore a summary and Apple Security 55471 remediation techniques.
The alphabet soup of application security testing tools | Synopsys
Every application security testing tool—SAST, IAST, DAST, and RASP—has its distinct advantages, but you’ll get the best results when you use them together.
Application security testing tools: A question of when not which | Synopsys
As the threat of cybercrime continues to rise, so does the importance of application security and selecting the right application security testing tools is key.
Application Testing & Your Security Journey | Synopsys
Application testing helps measure threats and risks in applications. This is the foundation for prioritizing activities for remediation to be performed.
Benefits of Application Security Training: Moving Beyond Compliance | Synopsys
Compliance training is obviously failing software developers. Find out why application security training compliance is just the beginning.
Application security vs. software security | Synopsys
What is the difference between “application security” and “software security”? We examine the question and explain when to use each discipline.
Do you have the right tools in your application security toolkit?
With so many application security approaches and tools, how do you decide which ones will work best for your environment? Learn how to assemble your application security toolkit.
Brace Yourselves: Application Transport Security Is Coming | Synopsys
Most developers disable ATS completely. While this is currently acceptable to Apple, they’ve announced that at the end of 2016 they will no longer allow it.