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6 Incident Response Best Practices You Should Follow

When it comes to cybersecurity, organizations need to be well-prepared for what comes next. Not only are cybercriminals leveraging ever more advanced technology, but the cost of a breach — in terms of cost, reputation, and damage — is on the rise. Mitigating risk requires having a robust incident response plan in place and dedicated team members on standby. Let’s take a closer look.

Remove the Zero Trust onboard headache with this new domain discovery tool

In this new world of hybrid work where users, data, and applications are everywhere, there has been an increased reliance on web-based applications and for good reason. Web apps allow greater accessibility, flexibility, and scalability of resources for users requiring access from anywhere. While web applications are great, IT teams oftentimes encounter onboarding issues, specifically around discovering unidentified domains, and easily defining new policies for those discovered resources.

Vulnerability Validation Increases Efficiency in DevSecOps

This is the second installment in a series about making DevSecOps work in your organization. In a previous post, we covered the first pillar of the DevSecOps model—discovery. In this post we discuss the second, which is validation. The reason this phase is so important to the DevSecOps model and for successful vulnerability management is that it’s the point where the software flaws that represent true risks are separated out from those that are not serious security risks.

AWS Security Best Practices

Using security best practices helps businesses establish a security baseline and protect their AWS infrastructure from potential risks. By implementing these practices, companies can reduce the likelihood of data breaches, leaks, and other threats. Additionally, using security best practices can help businesses detect and respond to threats more quickly and effectively.

How do MSPs Future-Proof Their Profitability?

According to our Pulse poll, over 50% of MSPs will use vendor consolidation as their strategy to improve profitability. Future profitability. That’s on the mind of all technology leaders, right? But which tactics are best to pursue? Earlier this year we sent a poll asking how MSPs plan to increase their profitability in 2022. Over one hundred responded.

Insight is the Key to Understanding Your Application's Security Posture

The official definition of insight is “the capacity to gain an accurate and deep intuitive understanding of a person or thing.” Having complete insight into your application’s security risks is the key to making them secure and compliant. Most organizations look at application security risk in individual silos of their application architectures and not how individual components interact with each other within the application architecture.

Developer empowerment for software security with Snyk IDE plugins

For application security, the shift left strategy is something that every enterprise is embracing today, which essentially means putting the security controls in earlier stages of development. This is more like a “nipping the problem in the bud” strategy where the security controls in their respective domains highlight the potential security weaknesses related to vulnerabilities in code, vulnerabilities in third-party packages and code quality issues.