A recent analysis of breaches involving application programming interfaces (APIs) arrives at some eye-popping damage figures, but which companies are most affected, and in what ways?
External attacks focused on vulnerabilities are still the most common ways that companies are successfully attacked, according to incident data.
Creating temporary keys that are not stored in central repositories and time out automatically could improve security for even small businesses.
With almost every business experiencing growth in human and machine identities, firms have made securing those identities a priority.
Only about half of firms have an open source software security policy in place to guide developers in the use of components and frameworks, but those that do exhibit better security.
The online giant analyzes, patches, and maintains its own versions of open source software, and now the company plans to give others access to its libraries and components as a subscription.
Maintainers of open source software (OSS) will gain additional security tools for their own projects, while the developers who use OSS — and about 97% of software does — will gain more data on security.