Because healthcare IT environments are so complicated, it will become essential for all suppliers to provide and maintain a software bill of materials for their products to remain relevant, says Curt Miller of the Healthcare Supply Chain Association.
Cloud migrations are just the beginning of the cloud journey. It takes much more to fully gain cloud's advantages, from refactoring to re-architecting applications. Traditional monitoring approaches aren't going to cut it, and this guide outlines an effective framework for managing the newfound operational complexity...
How industry leaders use data to be more secure, resilient and innovative.
forging the future
What do Nasdaq, McLaren, Slack, Domino’s and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital have in common?
They — and more than 30 other leaders across industries — all use real-time insights from Splunk to drive outcomes,...
The world of IT is moving faster, and in more directions at once, than ever. From classic ITOps to DevOps and DevSecOps, our leaders predict key trends for the new year:
Serverless: Great idea, with more complexities than most IT teams realize.
Edge computing: You’ll get so tired of the buzz, you’ll stop...
Acceleration to the cloud is affecting all
industries as organizations take advantage of
the flexibility, efficiencies and security benefits
of being able to hyperscale their abilities to
elastically spin up large-scale environments in
seconds. But these new cloud-native and hybrid
cloud environments, which use...
Researchers at Cider Security have uncovered a security loophole in GitHub Actions that allows adversaries to bypass the required reviews mechanism and push unreviewed code to a protected branch, allowing it into the pipeline to production.
As enterprises adopt DevOps practices and leverage CI/CD pipelines to increase their pace of innovation and accelerate their digital transformation, security becomes increasingly essential. Security teams work to avoid disjointed security systems and practices which delay putting applications into production, and...
As the risks to IT and OT converge, organizations must use "zero trust" to verify user identities and build effective monitoring capabilities to track the behavior of privileged users, say Kartik Shahani of Tenable and Rohan Vaidya of CyberArk.
Travis CI, a Berlin-based continuous integration testing vendor, has patched a serious flaw that exposed signing keys, API keys and access credentials, potentially putting thousands of organizations at risk. Those using Travis CI should change their secrets immediately.
Achieving Velocity Requires a Modernized Approach to Application Security
Digital transformation initiatives are forcing development teams to make tough decisions between meeting time-to-market needs and mitigating risk. Exacerbating the issue is that developers often lack the knowledge to mitigate the risks...
The speed of your modern application deployment shouldn’t mean compromising on security. Discover how you can balance fluid business operations and security and compliance using a lightweight application security solution built for modern app environments.
Achieve DevSecOps today : Like the ‘build once, run...
Traditional application development saw security teams apply their policies and carry out checks at the end of the process. With microservices running in containers, communicating via APIs and deployed via automated CI/CD pipelines, it is impossible for traditional approaches to security to cope with the pace of...
To make the transformation to a DevSecOps approach, enterprises must slowly change the corporate culture by finding early adopters and starting small, says Sean D. Mack, CIO and CISO at Wiley, an education and research company.
This edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis initiatives unveiled by the Biden administration to enhance supply chain and critical infrastructure security and address the cybersecurity skills gap. Also featured: LockBit 2.0 ransomware rep 'tells all'; misconfigured Microsoft Power Apps.
The Biden administration unveiled a package of supply chain and critical infrastructure security initiatives following a meeting at the White House with tech executives and others. Companies such as Google and Microsoft also promised billions in spending on cybersecurity over the next several years.