Top 5 Application Security Takeaways from RSA Conference 2022

RSA Conference 2022 was held in San Francisco, June 6-8, 2022. The cybersecurity industry welcomed back RSA 2022 which was held in person at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. Following a one year hiatus due to Covid, the conference was back, stronger and well-timed to address the developments over the recent past. With […]

Software Supply Chain-Still a Vulnerability for our Critical Infrastructure

From Stuxnet to Colonial Pipeline Although more than a decade has gone by, Stuxnet is regarded as the incident that initiated the use of a malware delivery platform that could deploy multiple 0-days attacks simultaneously. Since then, a series of attacks with monikers like duqu and flame evolved, sometimes called the sons-of-stuxnet. In some ways […]

Log4Shell Reinforces Need to Prioritize Software Supply Chain Security

Recently discovered and widely reported, the Log4J vulnerability(Log4Shell) affects millions of applications written in Java. Developers have extensively used Log4J as a logger for debugging, reporting and analytics during code development and execution. The Log4J library is widely used, particularly in environments where Apache components are deployed. About the Log4J Vulnerability The Log4J vulnerability also […]

Upcoming Live Discussion: Three Steps to Preventing Software Supply Chain Attacks

Tuesday, December 7, 2021 1:00 PM ET / 10:00 AM PT Click here to register. On Tuesday, December 7, 2021, BluBracket will be leading a live webinar about the relationship between code security and software supply chain attacks. You are invited to listen in and speak as a panelist while BluBracket’s own Maurice Evans and […]

Linux Foundation Announces Security Enhancements to its LFX Community Platform to Protect Software Supply Chain

More than 720,000 technical contributors and 1,700 member companies have access to security metrics on the LFX platform; tens of millions of developers rely on projects hosted across the platform Napa Valley, Calif., Linux Foundation Membership Summit, November 2, 2021 — The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced it […]

Why Developers Need More than SAST and DAST for Real Code Security

When SAST, DAST, IAST etc. are Just Not Enough Once developers find tools that work for them, it is hard to make a change. SAST and other legacy Application Security tools fall into the area of being solid tools that work. In the last couple of years the threat landscape has evolved and new vulnerabilities […]

BluBracket to Enable Developer Empowerment – Appoints Casey Bisson Head of Product Growth

We’re excited to announce Casey Bisson has been appointed the Head of Product Growth at BluBracket. BluBracket’s mission is to empower individual developers with the information and tools they need to enhance security across all aspects of their development workflows. BluBracket is on a journey to enable this transformation by helping organizations shift left on […]