by Christopher Perry 0 Comments

Prophecy Vs. Reality: Popular Cybersecurity Trends of 2019

Society loves prophecy.  Whether it’s used as a justification for acts of good or evil, or even if it’s just a matter of looking at your friend and saying “HA!  I was right!”  Correctly predicting what’s coming is a safe bet in terms of drawing interest, and it is a small wonder that even the biggest tech giants have hopped on that bandwagon.  Of course, prophecy and reality often differ, and...

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by Tom Hoey 0 Comments

Software: On Premise or SaaS?

Although SaaS software has existed in its current form since the 1990s, only recently has its offerings begun to rival those of the tried and true traditional on-premise software solutions.  In a study by Gartner, SaaS sales reached $10 billion in 2010, and it’s expected those numbers will double by 2015.  Though this doesn’t necessarily mean on-premise solutions are falling out...

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by Tom Hoey 0 Comments

We’ve been VerAfied! Part Two

If you have not read part one of this post, read it here.

 

Veracode’s Risk Adjusted Verification Methodology

The ‘VerAfied’ standards-based mark of security quality is one established by Veracode to provide a pragmatic approach to measure and compare risk levels related to application security, and is wholly designed with industry standards in...

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