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8 proven strategies to protect your code from data leaks

8 Proven Strategies To Protect Your Code From Data Leaks

Dealing with data leaks after they happen can be a pain. Not only are you tasked with trying to figure out where things went wrong, but

How to create SSH keys for gitlab

The complete guide to SSH keys in GitLab

No one wants to send their precious information over unencrypted channels. This is why most websites and web services use HTTPS to encrypt data by default.

6 steps to a data breach response plan

6 Steps to Developing a Data Breach Response Plan

Experiencing a data breach is never pleasant. Just ask any of the hundreds of businesses that suffered a data breach in the past year, exposing billions

top 10 java vulnerabilities

Top 10 Most Common Java Vulnerabilities You Need to Prevent

It’s easy to think that our code is secure. Vulnerabilities or potential exploits are often the things we think about last. Most of the time, our

top 12 open source security solutions

Top 12 Open Source Code Security Tools

Open source software is everywhere. From your server to your fitness band. And it’s only becoming more common as over 90% of developers acknowledge using open

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