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August 17, 2022
Christian Brink Frederiksen

There has long been a significant disconnect between CEOs and testers regarding the sufficiency of software testing prior to its release. A new report from Leapwork, in collaboration with market-research firm Censuswide, surveyed approximately 500 CEOs and software testers to determine current attitudes towards, and perceptions of, software testing within large organizations. The study found that 85% of US CEOs could be leaving their businesses open to reputational and financial risks by releasing insufficiently tested software ...

August 16, 2022
Ratan Tipirneni

As digitalization continues pushing applications and services to the cloud, many companies discover that traditional security, compliance and observability approaches do not transfer directly to cloud-native architectures. This is the primary takeaway from Tigera's recent The State of Cloud-Native Security report ...

August 15, 2022
Archie Agarwal

Threat modeling has become an integral part of the software development process, providing developers with an opportunity to identify security threats and vulnerabilities and create logical remediation methods ... Let's look more at threat modeling, how the practice started and how it continues to flourish today ...

August 11, 2022
Erik Frieberg

The broad adoption of containers and the emergence of Kubernetes as a de facto standard have pushed the boundaries of cloud native development's impact even further. Containers, though not a prerequisite for microservices, provide the right packaging for the mass adoption of microservices. As with all new tech, however, when one problem is solved, another often emerges ...

August 10, 2022
Manish Gupta

In order to move the needle on secure programming, there needs to be a shared understanding of the goals of an improvement program and what it will take to get there. There are four rules we found when we analyzed results from millions of scans ...

August 09, 2022
Chris Wysopal

In the last six months, organizations from Microsoft to the Red Cross have been hit by cybersecurity breaches. Widespread open-source vulnerabilities, such as Log4j and Spring4shell, have also shaken the software industry, reminding us just how entwined source code has become. These recurring incidents raise the question, are we making progress in securing our software? ...

August 03, 2022
Anthony Abdulla

The last two years have accelerated massive changes in how we work, do business, and engage with customers. According to Pega research, nearly three out of four employees (71%) feel their job complexity continues to rise as customer demands increase, and employees at all levels feel overloaded with information, systems, and processes that make it difficult to adapt to these new challenges and meet their customers' growing needs ...

August 02, 2022
Benjamin Brial

Pinpointing gaps within an organization and acquiring people with the skills to drive a digital revolution is difficult. And ongoing labor shortages, the impact of automation on job roles, and continuously evolving technology doesn't make it any easier ... What can be done to help organizations not just survive, but also thrive in this new, rapidly changing reality? ...

August 01, 2022
Alisha Mittal
Everest Group

The low-code platform market offers enterprises a large selection of options with players of varying sizes and capabilities co-existing. However, the market's complexity is also one of the key reasons the technology has not realized its full potential. To find out what the future holds for this industry and the different scenarios that may unfold, read on ...

July 26, 2022
Loren Goodman
InRule Technology

Looking at the world of emerging technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) appears to be the next technology on the cusp of breaking into the mainstream, thanks to the development and growing proliferation of no-code AI. A code-free technology that enables non-AI experts to implement and test their ideas without any need for a data scientist, no-code AI will prove to be a democratizing force within the AI industry enabling greater accessibility and use by businesses outside of the Fortune 100 ...

July 25, 2022
Dima Lazerka

Open source security is increasingly in the headlines, with a staggering 650% rise in open source supply chain attacks last year. New forms of attack, like "dependency confusion" are hurting organizations with alarming regularity. Given how widespread open source is within enterprise tech, one insecure package can cause a ripple effect around the globe ...

July 20, 2022
Roxie Elliott

As technical recruiters know, the developer landscape today looks significantly different from the landscape of a year or two ago. Developers, like other employees, are adapting to changing workplace trends and adopting different perspectives on what work-life balance means for them ...

July 19, 2022
Tom Tovar

In the mobile app development world, security often takes a backseat to developing features and delivering the app. In fact, the 2021 Verizon Mobile Security Index found that 45% of organizations sacrificed mobile security in order to “get the job done” ...

July 18, 2022
Julia Benson

DevSecOps has risen to buzzword status in the past few years, encompassing several shift-left security use cases. And while the word DevSecOps gets thrown around a lot, there are still some misconceptions about what it actually entails and why it's touted so frequently as the answer to all modern, cloud-native security woes. In this post, we'll explore some common DevSecOps use cases and their benefits. But first, let's start from the top ...

July 14, 2022
Sayandeb Saha

Kubernetes is a thriving open-source project delivering rapid innovation with releases three times a year. If using fully managed Kubernetes from public cloud providers, be prepared for Kubernetes service life cycles that are aggressive ...


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