Reacting to Shellshock

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Reacting to Shellshock

The code security industry is reeling from news that a flaw in the widely-used GNU Bash shell, dubbed Shellshock, could enable attackers to hack into vulnerable systems around the world. There have already been reports of exploits seen live and...

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Cyberattack strikes more than 1,000 US businesses

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Cyberattack strikes more than 1,000 US businesses

A new malware program, known as Backoff, affected more than 1,000 American businesses, resulting in millions of incidents of stolen payment card data...

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Upcoming webinar: How to reduce automotive software development risk

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Upcoming webinar: How to reduce automotive software development risk

Avoiding hacks, wrecks, and recalls is the job of every automotive software development team out there … yet few know how to do it. Organizations are under increasing pressure to deliver code that’s compliant to standards, protected...

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For effective application security, an updated strategy is needed

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For effective application security, an updated strategy is needed

The Heartbleed revelation should encourage virtually every company to reconsider its application security policies, especially in regard to open source and third-party components...

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Best practices needed to ensure open source security

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Best practices needed to ensure open source security

Industry expert Michael Cobb recently emphasized the need for best practices when it comes to open source software security...

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Heartbleed raises more open source security challenges for federal government

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Heartbleed raises more open source security challenges for federal government

OpenSSL is an incredibly important resource for the federal government, but Heartbleed raises questions about the viability of this and other open source solutions. To continue to utilize these offerings, a renewed focus on open source security...

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Static Analysis

Preemptive solutions key for Java application development security

September 22, 2014, Chris Bubinas - No Comments

Preemptive solutions key for Java application development security

John Matthew Holt recently singled out the need for organizations using Java to rethink their approach to application security. In particular, he...

Software Security

Latest open source vulnerability further highlights importance of security

October 1, 2014, Chris Bubinas - No Comments

Latest open source vulnerability further highlights importance of security

Shellshock should serve as motivation for companies relying on open source to shore up their security efforts...

High Performance Computing

HPC delivers predictive analytics benefits

September 26, 2014, Chris Bubinas - No Comments

HPC delivers predictive analytics benefits

HPC tools, when combined with raw data, can yield sophisticated, useful predictions for organizations...

Open Source

Latest open source vulnerability further highlights importance of security

October 1, 2014, Chris Bubinas - No Comments

Latest open source vulnerability further highlights importance of security

Shellshock should serve as motivation for companies relying on open source to shore up their security efforts...

Embedded Software

Webinar recap: Static analysis’ role in automotive functional safety

July 24, 2014, Roy Sarkar - No Comments

Webinar recap: Static analysis’ role in automotive functional safety

Last week, we held a joint webinar with QNX Software Systems discussing how static analysis plays a key role in automotive functional safety and ISO...

Analytics & Data Mining

New data mining project to deliver medical insight and predictions

September 15, 2014, Chris Bubinas - No Comments

New data mining project to deliver medical insight and...

A recent study relied on data mining solutions to examine a vast trove of patient medical information...

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