Research shows applications built using a mixture of Agile and Waterfall will result in more robust and secure applications than those built using either Agile or Waterfall alone. Continue reading
Spring is in the air, and that can only mean one thing: Application risk analytics! Not exactly what you were expecting? While neither are those pesky architectural glitches that are slowing down your software development and thrusting your CIO and software teams into the limelight.
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On April 7, the IT industry was rocked when it was announced that over 60 percent of the Internet — even secure SSL connections — were vulnerable to attack due to a new weakness codenamed Heartbleed. The weakness lives in the OpenSSL cryptographic software library, which encrypts sessions between consumer devices and websites. It’s usually referred to as the “heartbeat” since it pings messages back and forth. Hence the name of the bug.
This is a critical vulnerability that is already testing the contingency plans of thousands of Linux vendors, as well as hosting companies.