Blog / Best Pratices

  • Who’s responsible for application security? It’s ultimately on the business. More specifically, it’s on the executives and board members that run the business. Still, there must be resources within the organization who not only lead the charge but also get stuff done. It’s complicated, and every situation is different, but this “get stuff done” component is where the answer lies.
  • If you are like me, legal compliance is one of those things that really make you cringe and sigh in discontent. However, as we all know, legal compliance is there for a reason. Generally speaking, many of them are easy to comply with as long as you have the right tools, and most of them are beneficial to you, your business, and your customers in the long run.
  • Recently, we created a checklist, a Web Application Security Checklist for developers. Why? Well, because we want to help developers avoid introducing vulnerabilities in the first place. And for that, the security development process should start with training and creating awareness. Searching for vulnerabilities with a web scanner is essential, but we should always try to make security shift left, i.e. place it at the beginning of the development lifecycle. It is an investment: instead of being reactive, invest in prevention.