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Why DevOps Fails At Application Security

Julien Bellanger | Oct 15, 2015

In a recent survey of developers, nearly half of respondents admit to releasing applications with known vulnerabilities at least 80 percent of the time.


This post originally appeared on DarkReading.com

 

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Topics: SSDLC, Application Security, DevOps

How to Develop Secure Mobile Apps and Prevent Identity Theft

Audrey Sunu | Jul 29, 2014

Enterprise mobile apps and consumer mobile apps may run on the same devices and operating systems, but they are worlds apart when it comes to security. With hackers looking at mobile apps as a great attack vector, how can enterprisees build security into their apps to prevent user identity theft and fraud? 

Prevoty CTO Kunal Anand, who has long confronted user authentication and authorization threats while leading technology at companies like MySpace and the BBC, recently spoke to a Software Development Times (SDTimes.com) webinar audience on this enterprise mobile application security.

 

 

Here are the highlights:

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Topics: SSDLC, Mobile Application Security

Adding Security to your SDLC - it doesn't have to be painful!

Audrey Sunu | Jun 10, 2014


Remember when applications were nestled in their own silos and network security was all you needed? Now, applications are so much more than that: critical hubs for information sharing in a scattered, distributed environment. At Prevoty, we believe that security must be developed directly into the application for it to function dynamically and still protect sensitive data. 

We recently hosted a webinar with Application Development Trends (ADTmag.com) on Secure Software Development Lifecycles (SSDLCs) to prove that with the right tool, you can painlessly integrate security into your existing product development process. It’s a lot less complex than you might think. 

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Topics: SSDLC