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Security Risks With No-Code/Low-Code Tools

Content By Devops .com As the popularity of no-code and low-code tools grows, so, too, do security concerns The demand for new applications is growing at a rapid rate. Many individuals and business units will not tolerate delays. As a result, citizen developers are stepping...

Is Open Source More Secure Than Closed Source?

Content By Devops .com There’s no getting around the fact that security is one of the most essential factors in day-to-day operations for most software developers. From proprietary code to sensitive customer data and everything in between, there are hundreds – if not thousands –...

4 Ways SASE Fuels DevOps Productivity

Content By Devops .com Many enterprises are adopting secure access service edge (SASE) solutions as part of their digital transformation efforts. SASE, in a nutshell, merges together SD-WAN and security stacks to deliver secure networking and improved WAN performance, making it a logical choice for...

42Crunch API Security Platform Now Available On-Premises

Content By Devops .com 42Crunch has announced that the scanning tools it provides to enable DevOps teams to secure application programming interfaces (APIs) can now be deployed in on-premises IT deployments. Previously only available as a cloud service, the 42Crunch API Security Platform has also...

Sonatype Acquires MuseDev to Add Code Analysis

Content By Devops .com Sonatype today revealed it has acquired MuseDev, a provider of a code analysis tool, in addition to updating its Nexus platform for discovering vulnerabilities in software supply chains. Muse analyzes code each time a pull request is made, which makes it...

Linux Foundation Project Secures Software Supply Chains

Content By Devops .com The Linux Foundation today embraced a sigstore project founded by Red Hat, Google and Purdue University to make it simpler for developers to employ cryptographic software, enabled by transparency log technologies, to secure software supply chains. Luke Hinds, security engineering lead...