Application security is difficult: it requires developers and, especially, development team managers to adjust and make security a priority alongside other, more traditional development priorities such as features and timelines. Additionally, developers don’t typically have secure design and coding expertise by default and this can cause some security knowledge challenges that must be overcome. Unfortunately, […]
Security and development teams must make it clear why their segment of the development life cycle is relevant to the other teams in the pipeline.
Yes, there are enterprise tools security teams are using to mitigate the vulnerabilities of a remote workforce, but with all the connected devices in a given home, they need to help of their employees. In this podcast, we will talk with consumer-facing security pros who can provide steps your remote workforce can take to shore […]
The 2020 presidential election is just around the corner, and cybersecurity is once again at the forefront. From disinformation campaigns and election-related vulnerabilities to lockdowns and vote by mail efforts due to COVID-19, we cover it all — and more — in this jam packed episode featuring returning favorite, John Dickson, Principal at Denim Group, […]
“Security champions programs aim to build a better security culture and get DevOps to create secure software more reliably,” says Dan Cornell, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) with US application security company Denim Group. Cornell is a big proponent of cybersecurity champions and has helped many organizations launch programs. He says their aims vary depending on […]
To increase security, organizations should implement a two-factor authentication on every system, said John Dickson, principal at Denim Group, an application security firm. “Ideally, remote workers are logging in from dedicated laptops that are controlled and managed by their employer,” Dickson said. “Otherwise, you run into what are called endpoint security issues, namely, you have to […]