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Application Security Weekly (Audio)

Apr 26, 2022

How should we empower developers to embrace the NIST software development practices? Because from here on out, developers need to view themselves as the front lines of defense for the end-consumer. A more secure-aware developer leads to a more-protected consumer. Dr. Wang will offer her perspectives! In the AppSec News:...

Apr 19, 2022

We can create top 10 lists and we can count vulns that we find with scanners and pen tests, but those aren't effective metrics for understanding and improving an appsec program. So, what should we focus on? How do we avoid the trap of focusing on the metrics that are easy to gather and shift to metrics that have clear...

Apr 12, 2022

The zero trust approach can be applied to almost every technology choice in the modern enterprise, and Kubernetes is no exception. For Kubernetes network security particularly, adopting a zero trust model involves some radical changes, including moving from a security perimeter defined by firewalls, IP addresses,...

Apr 5, 2022

Making a positive impact to how we package software to make developer's lives easier in how they have to manage security. FORCEDENTRY implications for the BlastDoor sandbox, Spring RCE, Zlib flaw resurfaces, security for startups, verifying Rust models, two HTML parsers lead to one flaw!


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