Topic: application security

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Security in the era of cloud and IoT: The CISO’s job gets tougher

CISOs will face new challenges as enterprises transition to cloud and adopt IoT. Here’s what they can expect to manage in the new year.
The era of cloud and IoT has heightened the role of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) in enterprises. Increasing sophisticated threats complicated by the lack of a skilled security workforce add to the challenges

Will millennials become a security threat with enterprise rapidly adopting mobile?

With most organizations adopting mobile and implementing BYOD policies, how will the entry of the device and free WiFi loving millennial employee affect security of critical data?

Mobile app developers: Make sure your back end is covered
Developers need to make sure they are baking security into the application code and protecting how their apps handle data, but as the so-called HospitalGown security issue shows, they also need to know how the back-end servers and data stores are being configured.
13 tech jobs that pay $200k salaries
Tech pros with in-demand skills can net top salaries regardless of where they live, Mondo reports
Linux Foundation adds an open source networking specialist to the team
Arpit Joshipura a veteran tech executive who has worked at Dell, Ericsson and Nortel
Node.js update makes JavaScript VMs future-proof
The Node.js Foundation and NodeSource are improving extensibility and security for the server-side JavaScript platform
Agility in the age of digital transformation

Enterprises in India are making the leap to complete infrastructure visibility, says Nagendra Venkaawamy, MD - India & SAARC, Riverbed Technology.

Enterprises continue to struggle to find cybersecurity talent, survey finds

More enterprises continue to turn to managed security services providers to close the gap.

RASP rings in a new Java application security paradigm
Runtime-based technologies use contextual awareness to boost Java application security
Microsoft bug bounty program adds .NET Core and ASP.NET Core
The company will pay researchers up to $15,000 for critical vulnerabilities found in these software development platforms
Viruses and their analogous super-villains

Computer viruses and super-villains have more in common than you thought. An analogy between the two seemingly-disconnected entities proves why.