Managing AppSec

When your application security program is up and running, you need best-practice advice on managing and growing the program. Our security experts will guide you through important steps like measuring the success of your program or expanding it to cover more of the application landscape.

It’s Complicated - Operational Security for Developers

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By Pete Herzog March 28, 2018  | Managing AppSec
Application porosity - opsec for developers

The life of a commercial software developer is a difficult one. Or at least we have to assume it is because of how many of them half-ass it when code starts to get complicated. Okay, maybe that’s unfair. Maybe it’s not all half-assing. It’s complicated. Literally. There’s many functions that are overly complex. They are so complex with so many variables and interactions as to be actually... READ MORE

DevSecOps Beyond the Myths: Cutting Through the Hype and Getting to Results

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By Sam King March 27, 2018
Learn more about myths vs facts of DevSecOps

There’s been a lot of talk and buzz about DevOps and DevSecOps, precipitated by mega technology trends and cybersecurity events shaping our industry. So my colleagues and I were excited to be part of a recent Virtual Summit on “Assembling the Pieces of the DevSecOps Puzzle,” which aimed to move the conversation from defining DevSecOps to enacting it. We are spending a lot of time helping our... READ MORE

Podcast: AppSec's Effect on the Bottom Line

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By Suzanne Ciccone March 21, 2018
How integrating security into the development lifecycle can boost profits.

Traditionally, most executives have thought of security as a necessary evil – an investment that was needed solely to avoid a bad outcome, but not something that would bring in new customers or boost revenue. But that seems to be changing. Veracode recently surveyed IT and business leaders to find out how well organizations are integrating security throughout the development process – a... READ MORE

Do IT Pros Consider Security When Purchasing Software?

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By Suzanne Ciccone March 19, 2018
How to make security a competitive advantage

Traditionally, security was about cost avoidance. It was thought of like insurance – something you have to have in case something bad happens, but not something that would boost the bottom line or attract customers. But in today’s environment, we are increasingly seeing that security is about more than cost avoidance; done right, it creates a competitive advantage. The results of a recent IDG... READ MORE

Introducing Veracode Verified

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By Asha May March 15, 2018
Get your app Verified.

Are you struggling to respond to customer and prospect concerns about the security of your application? Do you know what good application security looks like, or how to get there? Veracode is pleased to announce the Veracode Verified program. With Veracode Verified, you prove at a glance that you’ve made security a priority, and that your security program is backed by one of the most trusted... READ MORE

Security: Create a Development Champion

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By Suzanne Ciccone March 13, 2018  | Secure Development
how to create a development champion on the security team

We talk a lot about the need for development teams to create security champions. With the shift to DevOps – and the intersecting of development, security, and operations teams – development and security teams can no longer operate in their traditional silos. Each team needs to not only work closely together, but also have a much deeper understanding of each others’ pains, processes, and... READ MORE

How to Prevent a Breach From Spring Break

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By Chris Wysopal March 8, 2018  | Managing AppSec
Spring Break Vulnerability

Spring Break, the latest named vulnerability, is more serious than the moniker implies. Spring Break is a critical remote code execution vulnerability in Pivotal Spring REST, one of the most popular frameworks for building web applications, and the effects of this vulnerability are widespread. A patch for Spring Break has been available since September of last year, but the vulnerability broke... READ MORE

What Executives Will Get Out of our DevSecOps Virtual Summit

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By Joe Coletta February 27, 2018
What executives need to know about DevSecOps

Our economy is almost entirely digitized. Modern businesses rely on software to run their day-to-day operations, and, as such, innovation must meet the demands of an ever-evolving market. However, business leaders are at a crossroads when it comes to securing their digital assets. As organizations migrate towards development practices like DevOps, the need to produce software faster becomes as... READ MORE

Top 5 Ways to Get Developer Application Security Buy-In [VIDEO]

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By Suzanne Ciccone February 26, 2018
How to get developer buy-in for your AppSec program

The speed and scope of software development today is creating new challenges in ensuring the security of software. But they also create the opportunity to finally get application security right. Both the challenge and the opportunity stem, in part, from the fact that security is “shifting left.” The responsibility for ensuring the stability and security of software through production and customer... READ MORE

NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulation Transition Period Ends

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By John Zorabedian February 23, 2018  | Managing AppSec
NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulation

March 1, 2018 marks the end of the one-year transition period for the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) cybersecurity regulation. The passage of this date means affected organizations — including banks, insurance companies, and other financial services companies licensed by or operating in New York State — must be in compliance with a raft of security rules intended to protect non... READ MORE

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