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Security Insights on the Low-Code / No-Code Attack Vector

The August 4th compromise of Twilio via a targeted smishing attack has been a topic of wide concern and discussion on social media. My first thoughts on hearing of the attack were to virtually “pat myself down” with regard to exposure risk. Kind of like that feeling when you’re not sure if your car keys or wallet are in your pocket a few blocks after walking away from your parking space. Is my company affected by the breach? Did we receive a notification email from them?

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Why Are Low-Code Platforms Becoming the New Holy Grail of Cyberattackers?

Why Are Low-Code Platforms Becoming the New Holy Grail of Cyberattackers? Low-code/no-code platforms for enterprise are booming. With more and more critical business assets now stored and handled by these platforms, it is essential to understand that low-code often leads to a large attack surface. This article will explore low-code/no-code from an attacker’s perspective to better understand their potential weaknesses and showcase why they are becoming the new holy grail for cybercriminals.

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Low-Code vs No-Code: Is There a Difference?

For organizations to be more productive and agile in their development processes, understanding the core differences between low-code and no-code applications and platforms is vital. In this article, we take a closer look at low-code vs no-code, explore the benefits of each, and explain how design flaws and security vulnerabilities in these environments are addressed.

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Why 60% of security experts are concerned about low-code/no-code apps

Last week Dark Reading released an enterprise application security survey which raised serious concerns by IT and security teams about the state of low-code/no-code applications. The survey exposed a deep lack of visibility, control and knowledge necessary to maintain the level of security maturity expected in the enterprise. In this blog post, we will look at concrete concerns raised by the survey, examine their root cause and offer recommendations on ways to address them today.

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Low-Code Security and Business Email Compromise via Email Auto-Forwarding

Many low-code applications are built for the purpose of moving data from one place to another usually as a result of some external trigger, such as the arrival of a new email message. In the case of an email-triggering low-code application, if low-code security best practices are not strictly followed, attackers may abuse the application to set rogue automated email forwarding rules, which can be used to steal data, impersonate as corporate users and mount phishing campaigns.

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Where is Low-Code Going in 2022? 8 Hot Trends and Predictions (Part 1)

What’s the trick to staying competitive in 2022? The ability to quickly adjust your business models and processes. You need only rewind to 2020 to see why. A worldwide pandemic. The need to create new business models, innovate new business processes, establish new means of interacting with customers… with little warning and small budgets. And all this just to stay afloat. For many of the businesses that succeeded, low-code development solutions were part of their success.

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Low-code Security Risks: 7 Sins and How to Overcome Every Single One

Low-code security vulnerabilities can be deadly - but not for you. Learn how to mitigate all the risks involved by downloading our free whitepaper “7 Deadly Sins of Low-Code Security and How to Avoid Them”. If you’ve followed our last two blog posts, you should already be familiar with the reasons why organizations that are undergoing digital transformation are turning to low-code development.

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CTO Michael Bargury's Thoughts on Low-Code Security Featured on Dark Reading

We are proud to have thought leaders at the head of Zenity. Michael Bargury, Zenity co-founder and CTO, recently published an in-depth piece on Dark Reading, one of the most widely read cybersecurity news sites and online communities for cybersecurity professionals. The piece was chosen for Dark Reading’s “The Edge,” a featured section that presents deep dives into cybersecurity issues.

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Low-code is driving a tectonic shift in IT - can IT and security teams enable the business while also staying secure?

In recent years, we have witnessed a tectonic shift in the way organizations develop and maintain software. As part of this shift, IT operations are quickly getting decentralized.