Dev & DevSecOps

January 25, 2023

Lessons from Log4Shell: 4 key takeaways for DevSecOps teams

Top leaders and practitioners from eBay, Fidelity, T-Mobile and Tasktop share lessons from the Log4Shell vulnerability. Here are four key takeaways.
January 24, 2023

Move over, npm: Now VS Code extensions can’t be trusted

It’s super easy to spoof Visual Studio Code extensions. And it’s incredibly hard to detect. In this week’s Secure Software Blogwatch, we run and hide.
January 23, 2023

AI unleashed: Are you prepared for the next generation of software supply chain attacks?

ChatGTP and GitHub Copilot seem like a win for developers — under pressure to release new features continuously. But the code produced by generative AI needs serious scrutiny.
January 18, 2023

GitHub Copilot’s ML ‘Code Brushes’: Ready for a Bob Ross ‘happy little accident’?

Machine learning can be a cognitive crutch, causing code vulnerabilities. Use with extreme caution!
January 12, 2023

The Week in Security: When AI attacks, ChatGPT lowers the bar for developing malware

This week: Trojan Puzzle attack shows how AI can be trained for malicious purposes. Also: ChatGPT is enabling script kiddies to write functional malware. 
January 12, 2023

App sec and the supply chain: Work in tandem with engineers to achieve true software security

Application security is foundational to the software supply chain security ecosystem. But it takes a village. Derek Fisher explains in this fireside chat. 
December 20, 2022

DraftKings fantasy? How YOU can prevent credential stuffing attacks

There’s been a huge uptick in credential stuffing attacks, including at DraftKings. But dev teams can easily prevent it.
December 19, 2022

Expert panel: No ‘silver bullet’ for supply chain security

Experts and a top analyst discussed the state of software supply chain security in a recent Webinar. Here are key takeaways from their discussion.