From Paul's Security Weekly
Recorded January 21, 2019 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Topic: The Human Element of Application Security Training and Testing
Matt and James discuss the human element of application security training and testing, including:
- Why bugs should be treated equally
- Why defect rates are hidden constants
- How vulnerabilities are born
Bugs, Breaches, and More!
- Oracle Patches 284 Vulnerabilities in January Critical Patch Update
- Mac Malware OSX.Dok is Back, Actively Infecting Victims
- Bug in Twitter Android App Exposed Protected Tweets
- ES File Explorer vulnerabilities potentially impact 100 Million Users
If you Build It, They Will Come
- Onapsis To Buy Cyber Security Firm Virtual Forge To Boost SAP Defense
- Zix to acquire AppRiver, cloud-based cybersecurity solutions provider
- Protecting privileged access in DevOps and cloud environments
Learning & Tools
- Vulnerabilities Management — 5 Ways to Find and Fix Open Source Vulnerabilities
- 4 Tips for Better API Security in 2019
- Synopsys Updates Coverity With Enhanced Analysis Capabilities
- Improvements to SiteCheck Website Scanner
Food for Thought
- Australian businesses increasingly embrace Artificial Intelligence: report
- Cybersecurity Market Is Growing at a CAGR of 11.45% from 2019 to 2025