Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - Special Edition, August 2013
Developers building Web applications don’t give enough consideration to security. Often in a rush to get apps live, they’re pushed into production with glaring vulnerabilities that attacks can easily exploit, often in an automated manner. This Insider Edition will help you understand threats against Web applications, how you can help developers with security tools and training and how to deploy technologies such as Web application firewalls to keep your organization’s Web presence safe. Access >>>
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Tackling Web application security through secure software development
by Dan Cornell
The threat landscape and increase of Web app attacks has forced security teams to tackle Web app security through secure software development.
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