Neil DuPaul

Neil is a Marketing Technologist working on the Content and Corporate teams at Veracode. He manages much of the Veracode web presence while also working on strategic interactive media projects. In his spare time you'll find him drinking the CrossFit kool-aid, getting overly competitive in a video game, or doting over his lovely wife and daughter.
Posts by Neil DuPaul

Veracode at Infosec Europe 2013

April 22, 2013

Our team is overseas this week in London for the 18th annual Infosecurity Europe conference. Stop by the Veracode stand(H21) to learn about S.O.U.P. and what you can do to stop it from hurting your company. We will also be giving away £500 GBP to a random lucky winner! Mobilising the masses: Building BYOD security awareness in your workforce Thursday, 25 April 2013 1:20 PM - 1:45PM Presenter:... READ MORE

The History of Programming Languages Infographic

April 15, 2013  | Secure Development 7

In a world of increasing inter-connectivity, programming languages form the foundation. Did you know that the first programming language is over 100 years old and was written by a woman, Ada Lovelace? Join as us we delve into the history, evolution, and prevalance of programming languages over the years. In addition to outlining the history of languages and how each is traditionally used, you... READ MORE

Webinar: We See the Future and It's Not Pretty

April 10, 2013

Thursday, April 11th - 1pm ET: Register Now! Join Chris Wysopal, our CTO and Co-Founder, as he breaks down the present and future state of application security. He will dive into the data that drove the predictions detailed in Veracode’s fifth annual State of Software Security Report. This report pulls data from tens of thousands of live application scans performed on the Veracode Platform. We... READ MORE

Changing the Future: State of Software Security Report 2013

April 8, 2013

soss-blog-cta-300x142_2.png Early this morning we released our annual State of Software Security Report (SoSS). The report includes the latest research on software vulnerability trends as well as predictions on how these flaws could be exploited if left unaddressed and what this may mean for organizations’ security professionals. SoSS Predictions Average CISO Tenure Continues to... READ MORE

Are Your Medical Records Safe? Healthcare Organization Breach Infographic

March 18, 2013

The folks over at backgroundcheck.org have released this great infographic on the topic of healthcare organization breaches. The statistics outline in the report are nothing short of stunning highlighted by the fact that 94% of polled healthcare organizations had at least one data breach in the past two years. The information in your medical records is nothing to shrug about, from SSNs to... READ MORE

XSS Cheat Sheet Updated

March 15, 2013  | 4

Our Cross-site Scripting Cheat Sheet is a FREE resource and provides a summary of everything you need to know about the topic. We know that security parameters are ever changing and we're pleased to announced that we've updated our Cheat Sheet to be current and fresh. Within the Cross-site Scripting Cheat Sheet you'll find; Key Concepts of an XSS Attack, Cross-site Scripting Code Examples, Tips... READ MORE

New Google Resource for Hacked Sites

March 13, 2013

I've been attending the Search Marketing Expo in San Jose this week keeping up with all the latest and greatest in internet marketing. Monday's keynote was a presentation from Google's Matt Cutts and Bing's Duane Forrester in which they ran through examples of all the things they've seen through their "excellent adventures" in working for search engines (it was a Bill and Ted themed presentation... READ MORE

Hacking the Mind: How & Why Social Engineering Works

March 6, 2013  | 6

Watch a recreation of the phone call that won the 2017 DEFCON Social Engineering CTF! Social engineering: the hack that requires no knowledge of code. Despite its relative simplicity the risks associated with social engineering are just as serious as the numerous hacks that have populated recent headlines. For everyday citizens awareness of social engineering scams and the methods they use that... READ MORE

Final Two Winners of Our #NoSOUP Photo Contest

March 4, 2013  | 4

With RSA all rounded up the only thing left for us is to announce the final two winners of our #NoSOUP photo contest and get their prizes out to them. Our photo booth with Larry Thomas of Seinfeld was a great success with over 1,000 photos taken with him over the course of the week! Nearly 100 of you decided to participate in our #NoSOUP contest through either Twitter, Facebook or emailing us... READ MORE

The First Two Winners in Our #NoSOUP Photo Contest

March 1, 2013

As you may have noticed our team has been out in San Francisco this week enjoying and working the RSA Conference. Larry Thomas from Seinfeld, "the S.O.U.P. Nazi" has made a big splash and folks have been lining up by the hundreds to get their photos taken with him. We thought this might be the case which is why we built our contest around Larry and made it as simple as sharing your photo with him... READ MORE

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