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Post: 2020 – Our Year of Adaptation

As we roll into 2021 (still in sweatpants from my home office), I look back at 2020 and think about what a long and crazy road it’s been. Things that happened in February and March seem like ages ago. Driving across town to the office every day and interacting with countless people – such a […]

Post: Even in the Midst of COVID-19, Russia is Undeterred, and this Shouldn’t be a Surprise

Background: As we struggle for a sense of normalcy during this pandemic, we can draw comfort from certain constants in life. One of those constants is Russian nation state hacking. A recent public report from the United Kingdom’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and Canada’s Communications Security Establishment (CSE) documented a pattern of activities from […]

Post: Denim Group Update: COVID-19

As the circumstances surrounding COVID-19 continue to evolve around the world, we at Denim Group want to ensure you that we are doing our part to support our teams and yours during these trying times. The health and safety of all is our top priority.  At Denim Group, we have a business continuity plan in […]

Post: 2020: The Changing Role of Application Security and Quality Assurance Teams

I recently had the opportunity to talk with Robert Lemos for his article “Application Security and Your Career: 5 Key Areas to Focus On” about the new skills required for application security and quality assurance teams. He included a couple of my comments in the article, and this blog post expands on those themes based on what […]

Post: Putting Millions to Work for the Mid-Terms – How States Are Using Federal Dollars to Secure the 2018 Elections

  Secretaries of State across the US got a pleasant surprise earlier in the year when the Federal government included $380 million into its omnibus spending bill that was approved by Congress and signed into law by the President in March.  Funded by the Help America Vote Act, the money has been provided to the […]

Post: Application Security in 2018: Questions Rather than Answers

    If you’re like me, you just survived the onslaught of “what we saw in 2017” lists, only to be inundated shortly thereafter by “what we will see in 2018” predictions in security. As a vendor in the application security space, we’re in the thick of things. We have our ears to the ground, […]