Your New CPSO May Be The Next Generation of Product Security

Your New CPSO May Be The Next Generation of Product Security

Over the past ten years, rising security breaches within leading companies have continually reinforced the need for a chief information security officer, or CISO, to protect critical things like IT systems, brand reputation, revenue and even stock prices. As a result,...
What Can Teamwork Do For Your AppSec Program?

What Can Teamwork Do For Your AppSec Program?

Everyone working at a company has some responsibility for driving revenue and sales, employee and customer engagement, and taking security and compliance seriously. But there’s a problem with this theory for anyone who’s ever worked at a real-life company. The concept...
Can The Chaos Mindset Actually Teach Your Code to Cope?

Can The Chaos Mindset Actually Teach Your Code to Cope?

Chaos engineering may sound exciting, but the truth is—approach this process in the wrong way will only cause you to move fast and break things. Instead, it should be about designing and introducing disruptions in the software production process that tests the...
Why DevSecOps May Be The Key to Preventing Data Leaks

Why DevSecOps May Be The Key to Preventing Data Leaks

Data leakage has become something of a norm in the digital realm, despite the fact that cybersecurity budgets are growing and more engineers are assigned to these very issues. Nowhere does this seem more true than in the realm of health care, where breaches that...
Observability: What IT Should Know as the Technology Heats Up

Observability: What IT Should Know as the Technology Heats Up

As enterprise technology becomes more and more complex, the term “observability” is gaining traction among those tasked with managing the distributed infrastructure their companies increasingly depend on. Never has the old adage that you can’t control what you can’t...