What You Need to Know About Web App Security Testing in 2018

What You Need to Know About Web App Security Testing in 2018

Security testing is a huge topic. In this webinar, Ken will discuss his experience working for small companies where security testing is a requirement, but often gets overlooked. Ken will explore some of the basic things a software development professionals should know about web application security, such as the resources available from OWASP.

Enhanced Customer Experience by Proactive Performance Testing

Enhanced Customer Experience by Proactive Performance Testing

Now a days, customer experience plays the crucial role for both traditional and digital business. Customer experience is about knowing the customer so detail that organizations can deliver the personalized experiences with enhanced features and performance. This will not only satisfy them but also convince them to remain loyal and influence others. Though application’s speed, scalability, stability, and availability are not only parameters to measure the customer experience these are the most important factors for customer experience.

Enterprise Security: Now, More Than Ever

Enterprise Security: Now, More Than Ever

Enterprise security primarily comprising of data protection and privacy continues to be an area of focus for enterprises, be it on the production or the non-production side of the entity. Little wonder enterprise security spending remained surprisingly resistant to...
Role-Based Testing? Take a Holistic Viewpoint

Role-Based Testing? Take a Holistic Viewpoint

Building tests for role-based security, which limit user access by login, could be among the most challenging test scenarios. Testers will be most successful if they dialogue with compliance and thoroughly vet business processes. That’s particularly true when...
Stuck With Two Impossible Choices

Stuck With Two Impossible Choices

When It Comes To Security Auditing, One Size Does Not Fit All One key problem with security code audits is that they tend to cause more problems than they solve. “One size fits all” audit scans tend to overwhelm developers, ultimately leaving the team with a long list...
Ask The Tester: Paul Melson

Ask The Tester: Paul Melson

Paul Melson is information security officer at Priority Health, an insurance company in Grand Rapids, MI. he has been in IT for 13 years, focusing exclusively on security for the last seven. During his career Paul has also consulted on matters of incident response and...
Playing the Part of Protector

Playing the Part of Protector

Implementing User Role-Based Security Testing For Enterprise Applications Security has become a critical issue at many levels, including access to individual computers, networks, services, applications and accounts. News reports of security breaches are all too...
If You Build It, They Will Come

If You Build It, They Will Come

As I write this, I’m thinking of last night’s midsummer classic—the 2007 All-Star Game—in which the National League was an extra base-hit away from a dramatic ninth-inning, come-from-behind win. But alas, the American League will again have home-field...
Don’t Leave Security for Last

Don’t Leave Security for Last

By integrating security assurance into the software lifecycle, you can improve product quality—and avert disaster! At the peak of the dot-com boom, my firm consulted extensively for large organizations concerned about the risks of Internet-based applications. My...