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Application Security Testing AST is a modern term we used to describe various tools based on various technologies used for performing application security testing (AST). Since the product technology keeps advancing, more and more related technology is either consolidated, retired, replaced and being positioned as matured, declined or treated as new emerging technology. The market

Website and Web Application Security trend

Please read in reverse order, if you interest from the latest to old manner. As the latest release note and build always increment update on the bottom for this product update. Professional 2020.4.1 Release 2020-May-18 This release provides the following minor improvements: Soft wrapping has been added to the HTTP message editor for any lines

Why Augmented Reality (AR) Cloud is important?

Augmented Reality (AR) Cloud does not build artificial environment, but it can play with the current environment and also overlays feature on it. The design and advancement of a three-dimensional (3D) physical model has typically been viewed as a critical part of the design process. The AR Cloud is preservative, overlaying digital content onto the

Have you wondered around what might it be like to have your Machine Learning (ML) models come under security attack? In other words, your machine learning models get hacked. Have you thoroughly considered how to check or monitor security attacks on your ML models? As a data scientist or machine learning researcher, it would be

ImmuniWeb Discovery

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ImmuniWeb Discovery is application security product from ImmuniWeb provide attack surface management & dark web monitoring, for self-assessment and third-party risk scoring. It help to reduces complexity and costs of cybersecurity and compliance with continuous discovery of your external digital assets and attack surface. Attack Surface Management (ASM) is enhanced with actionable Security Ratings for

World keep changing at the fast speed. Few years on the road, once upon a time a successful entrepreneur who discovered the need for rising need for dedicated web application security testing (AST) tool and differentiate it with generic network vulnerability scanner at that time create a new product genre never existed before. The first

5 Steps To Implement Building Zero Trust Strategy

Many companies are moving to the cloud and, green field environments. Here are 5 steps to implement building Zero Trust strategy that dramatically improves your organization’s security posture: Verify trust upon access to any network resource and do it in real-time. Include assets that are ignored today. Be sure to focus on legacy systems, tools

Benefits of Zero Trust for Business and Security

The organization today operates differently a few years ago. Organizations are increasingly turning away from solutions that secure the perimeter and then trust everything inside and are instead moving to a zero trust security model to protect sensitive resources and data. Under the assumption that a Zero Trust solution dynamically and continually assesses trust every

What is the Electronics Sector ?

What is the Electronics Sector ? The electronics sector produces electronic equipment for consumer electronics and industrial products, such as mobile devices, televisions and circuit boards. Industries in the field of electronics include telecommunications, equipment, electronic components, industrial electronics and consumer electronics. Electronic companies can produce electrical appliances, manufacture electrical components and sell merchandise in

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Acunetix web vulnerability scanner is one of the popular and widely use application security testing (AST) tool in the cyber security market, capable to perform both dynamic application security testing (DAST), black box testing and gray box testing (with AcuSenor deployed for Java, PHP, .NET platform supported), as well as Web Application Penetration Testing (with

How APM Works and future of APM, Supply Chain Security Standards

Standards let you agree with other supply chain partners on how to handle security. Such standards need to be effective and easy to implement. They should also be compatible, where possible. For example, the approach taken by the UK has been to enforce cargo checks at the point of origin, then prevent tampering at any

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