There once was a time in software development where developers could design, build and then think about their software's security. However in today's highly connected, API-driven application environment, this approach is simply too risky as it exposes the software to vulnerabilities ...
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Posting Your Company News on DEVOPSdigest
Here are a couple more tips related to posting your PR on DEVOPSdigest:
■ DEVOPSdigest does not do "briefings" on new products or other news, but we will cover your new product or other announcement in Industry News if it applies to DevOps, and meets our guidelines for the type of announcements we cover. No need to set up a briefing, just send the press release.
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Typically DEVOPSdigest does not cover news on company growth, quarterly or annual financial results, new funding, new business wins, awards, new webinars, new white papers. We make some exceptions to these rules for DEVOPSdigest sponsors.
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For the past 13 years, the Ponemon Institute has examined the cost associated with data breaches of less than 100,000 records, finding that the costs have steadily risen over the course of the study. The average cost of a data breach was $3.86 million in the 2018 study, compared to $3.50 million in 2014 – representing nearly 10 percent net increase over the past 5 years of the study ...
Hidden costs in data breaches – such as lost business, negative impact on reputation and employee time spent on recovery – are difficult and expensive to manage, according to the 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study, sponsored by IBM Security and conducted by Ponemon Institute. The study found that the average cost of a data breach globally is $3.86 million ...
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