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JWT, or How I Left my Front Door Open

Imagine for a moment, the most exciting day for a product launch, main features developed, hearts palpitating, shoulders have been cried upon, many nights have been rushed working, product managers are exhausted, everybody is heavy, tears of joy rushing from their eyes…three, two, one and….Launch!  The product is live as a SaaS service… A sigh

5 Pillars of Cloud Native Security

What Is Cloud Native Security?  Cloud Native Security refers to the practice of safeguarding cloud native  applications. These applications are designed to take advantage of cloud computing’s full potential, leveraging the benefits of scalability, flexibility, and speed. Cloud native applications are typically composed of microservices, packaged in containers, and orchestrated through automated systems. These components

Mobile Security: 6 Ways to Protect Mobile Devices

Mobile security is a broad term that encompasses all the measures and technologies used to safeguard both personal and business information stored on and transmitted from our mobile devices.

Mobile App Security Testing: Tools and Best Practices

What Is Mobile Application Security Testing?  Mobile application security testing is the process of assessing, analyzing, and evaluating the security posture of mobile applications to identify potential vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and risks.  This testing aims to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data and functionality in mobile applications, protecting them from unauthorized access, data breaches,

Vulnerability Testing: Methods, Tools, and 10 Best Practices

What Is Vulnerability Testing?  Vulnerability testing is a process of evaluating and identifying security weaknesses in a computer system, network, or software application. It involves systematically scanning, probing, and analyzing systems and applications to uncover potential vulnerabilities, such as coding errors, configuration flaws, or outdated software components.  The main goal of vulnerability testing is to

8 Types of Web Application Attacks and Protecting Your Organization

What Are Web Application Attacks?  Web application attacks are malicious activities that target web applications by exploiting vulnerabilities in their design or implementation. These attacks can result in unauthorized access, data theft, or other harmful consequences.  Common types of web application attacks include SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site request forgery (CSRF), and file inclusion

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