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Why Companies are Choosing SonarQube to write Cleaner, Safer Code

Why Companies are Choosing SonarQube to write Cleaner, Safer Code

Attacks against developers are increasing and in the past year, dozens have been documented. For instance, a threat actor recently distributed a backdoored version of a .NET development tool to deploy multiple malicious payloads, like a clipboard hijacker and a crypto miner. Another recent example...

Why Companies are Choosing GitLab for their DevSecOps Implementation

Why Companies are Choosing GitLab for their DevSecOps Implementation

There is an ongoing debate over what term is best: DevSecOps, SecDevOps, or even to drop “sec” altogether since it should be ubiquitous. DevSecOps places security in the middle of the DevOps effort, which is where it rightly belongs. While transparent and a natural part of the process, it should be...

How iTMethods Responded to the Log4Shell Vulnerability

How iTMethods Responded to the Log4Shell Vulnerability

Just in time for the holiday season, when bad actors are generally most active, industry experts discovered a critical security flaw that shook the community. A new vulnerability that impacts devices and applications that utilize Java was identified in Log4j, the open-source Apache logging library....

Why You Need DevSecOps

Why You Need DevSecOps

Organizations today find themselves pulled by two needs - speed and security. While a competitive market is demanding faster developments and more frequent releases, the recent Log4J vulnerability has created a heightened awareness of the threats and vulnerabilities that can be exploited. This is...

Understanding the Gaps in Your DevSecOps

Understanding the Gaps in Your DevSecOps

Organizations today are taking great strides when it comes to innovation but unfortunately, security and governance continue to lag behind. Although the DevOps teams ratio is around 10:1, the average DevSecOp ratio is only 100:1. A recent study shows that organizations who prioritize DevSecOps are...

How to Close the Security Divide with the Right Team Structure

How to Close the Security Divide with the Right Team Structure

Organizations today are taking great strides when it comes to innovation, but unfortunately security and governance continue to lag behind. One recent study revealed that, although the DevOps ratio is now 10:1, the DevSec ratio is still 100:1. We need to understand what’s causing this gap and what...

6 Dos and Don’ts of Disaster Recovery in AWS

6 Dos and Don’ts of Disaster Recovery in AWS

Data disasters come in a variety of forms – from natural events like fires or floods that damage your data centre to system failures that disrupt operations. Disaster Recovery (DR) is all about preparing for and effectively recovering from disasters.

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