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Hope Goslin

Hope is part of the content team at Veracode, based in Burlington, MA. In this role, she focuses on creating engaging AppSec content for the security community.

Posts by Hope Goslin
  • Imagine that you are tasked with planning a vacation for you and your family. For your ideal trip, you would jet off to a five-star resort on a private island for a month of pampering and fine dining. But, since you have two children, a limited budget, and only one week of paid time off, you settle for a three-star, theme park resort with a spa and outdoor pool. Your family has a great time on… READ MORE

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  • SAST, DAST, IAST, SCA … confused about the differences? We thought it might be helpful to clear things up by using the analogy of human health. When you visit the doctor with an ailment, or even for a routine checkup, you are likely to undergo a series of tests to find potential health conditions or diseases. Since the tests are targeting different parts of the mind or body, the results may vary… READ MORE

  • Veracode recently commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct research on the Total Economic Impact™ of using a cloud-based application security (AppSec) solution versus an on-premises solution. To collect information on the benefits and risks associated with the solutions, Forrester interviewed four customers who have used Veracode as well as a variety of on-premises application security… READ MORE

  • In a recent report, The State of Government Application Security, 2020, Forrester analysts establish that governments are far behind other industries in critical areas of application protection. This finding – backed by the Forrester Analytics Global Business Technographics® Security Survey, 2019 – is especially alarming given the amount of sensitive citizen data housed by government agencies.… READ MORE

  • We are only a few weeks into 2020, and it is safe to say that consumer privacy is all the rage. California kicked off the movement with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), AB 375, which went into effect on January 1, 2020. The act aims to give consumers more rights to their personal data. Since then, Washington, New Hampshire, and New York have all proposed similar consumer privacy bills… READ MORE

  • As we look toward the future, it is becoming critical that development organizations are not only agile and flexible but – just as important – secure. In turn, security and development need to work together more closely than ever before. When security and development are in unison, organizations can produce higher quality code quicker and more securely while reducing costs and conforming to… READ MORE

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