Your Resolution for 2018: Five Principles For Securing DevOps

Veracode

Organizations in today’s market must strike a balance between competitive differentiation and meeting evolving compliance standards-particularly related to software security. They need to obtain faster release and deployment cycles, improved collaboration between business stakeholders and application development and operations teams, and automation tools. DevOps, an innovative organizational and cultural way of organizing development and IT operations work, is addressing this challenge – driven by mounting evidence of its benefits to the business. However reaping these gains requires rethinking application security to deliver more secure code at DevOps speed.
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Anatomy of Container Attack Vectors and Mitigations

Data breach

Container adoption is skyrocketing, and so are concerns around securing container-based applications. While the market is still in its early phase of embracing this technology, lessons learned from securing Fortune 500 enterprise deployments against simple and sophisticated attacks alike are showing the path forward. Join us on an investigative journey as we explore popular attack vectors that have been used to breach container-based environments, provide best practices and tools to mitigate them, and discuss associated business risks.
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Another Bucket Bites the Dust... Simplifying AWS Cybersecurity

Alert Logic

With the rapid rise of web application attacks, which is the number one source of data breaches, securing cloud-based web applications is a challenge. In order to fully protect your web applications in the cloud, it is important to know the risks, select the right security tool, and understand your role in the shared responsibility for security. Securing your AWS workload can mean many different things, ranging from locking down your environment via the AWS best practices list, to completely outsourcing the security management and responsibility to another company. While every company’s security journey is different, everyone can agree that the need to monitor and improve security posture is becoming increasingly important.
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Cybersecurity in a Cloud-Based World

RedVector

Cyberattacks are the fastest growing crime in the U.S., and they are increasing in size, sophistication and cost. During this webcast, subject matter expert Duane Anderson will: Discuss the major vulnerabilities within cloud-based systems. Explain why it’s critical to keep these systems secure. Provide simple actions (ex. browser settings) that can be taken to protect against hacks.
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Focus on Open Source Compliance and Security During Legal TransactionsEnable Ginger

Data points to the fact that companies have difficulty managing third-party open source within their software code bases, leading to compliance, IP, and security risk. These risks are often amplified in legal transactions and can impact “go”/”no go” decisions if not addressed throughout the legal process. Join Leon Schwartz, Ass
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"Email is often the first thing people check in the morning and the last thing they check in the evening. It is an essential communication channel in our business and personal lives, with more than 112 billion business emails being sent daily, according to a report by The Radicati Group. Almost half the time, employees (and more than half the time, executives) access their business email from mobile devices. A Business 2 Community article recently reported that 48 percent of all emails are now opened on mobile devices, and 64 percent of decision makers read their email via mobile devices"

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