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High number of security flaws found in EMEA-developed apps

Applications developed by organizations in Europe, Middle East and Africa tend to contain more security flaws than those created by their US counterparts, according to …

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Ecommerce retailers facing a 350% increase in fraudulent online orders

As the holiday shopping season hits full stride, ecommerce retailers across Europe face a new era of malicious attacks spurred by a COVID-inspired transformation in ecommerce …

Increasing speed of vulnerability scans ultimately increases security fixes overall

Next-generation static application security testing (SAST) and intelligent software composition analysis (SCA) can increase the speed of vulnerability scans and narrow their …

The basics of security code review

With staffing ratios often more than 200 developers for every AppSec professional, scaling security requires increasing the developer’s engagement in securing the product. To …

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Cooking up secure code: A foolproof recipe for open source

The use of open source code in modern software has become nearly ubiquitous. It makes perfect sense: facing ever-increasing pressures to accelerate the rate at which new …

Europe’s online economy risks losing €57 billion as SCA is enforced

Europe stands to lose €57 billion in economic activity in the first 12 months after SCA takes effect, according to a Stripe study conducted by 451 Research. The findings are …

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