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Penetration testing vs vulnerability scanning: which is suitable for your stack

Penetration testing vs vulnerability scanning: which is suitable for your stack

Sensitive customer information leaked, operations disrupted, and reputation tarnished – this is not the headline you want splashed across the internet.  There‚Äôs a 76% spike in

What is Azure code signing, and how can it improve security

What is Azure code signing, and how can it improve security

Trust is fragile in software, especially in the fast-paced complexity of cloud environments. Code signing reinforces that trust by digitally proving your software’s authenticity and integrity.

9 Benefits of Zero Trust Architecture

9 Benefits of Zero Trust Architecture

Your organization’s data and applications are scattered across multiple cloud platforms and on-premise systems. How do you guarantee security in this sprawling digital landscape?   Cloud sprawl

What does IAM PassRole do and How to Set it Up

What does IAM PassRole do and How to Set it Up

95% of cloud security fails are due to internal slip-ups. One wrong password, one sloppy permission, and your sensitive data are out in the open. Thankfully,

What is SSPM and do you need it in your stack?

What is SSPM and do you need it in your stack?

SaaS adoption has skyrocketed, offering organizations undeniable advantages. But beneath the surface lurk overlooked configuration errors. Misconfigured SaaS settings create security gaps. Broad permissions, weak defaults,

What is the Dirty COW exploit, and how to prevent it

What is the Dirty COW exploit, and how to prevent it

Dirty COW, a seemingly light-hearted name, masks a severe Linux privilege escalation issue. This bug has affected many older Linux systems, which is concerning given that

6 Essentials for a Near Perfect Cyber Threat Intelligence Framework

6 Essentials for a Near Perfect Cyber Threat Intelligence Framework

Software developers face a constant barrage of cyber threats that can compromise their applications, data, and the security of their organizations. In 2023, the cyber threat

7 Examples of SSRF and How to Protect Yourself from It

7 Examples of SSRF and How to Protect Yourself from It

It’s unsettling to think that our systems can betray us. With SSRF attacks, harmless-looking web requests turn into weapons for cybercriminals. They can exploit vulnerabilities from

The Essential Cheatsheet to Troubleshooting ImagePullBackOff with Examples

The Essential Cheatsheet to Troubleshooting ImagePullBackOff with Examples

Imagine you have a perfectly working Kubernetes cluster, and when everything seems on course, you get an “ImagePullBackOff” error. Although this is a popular issue in

Stop leaks at the source!