Software composition analysis (SCA) is now a necessary process in application development. Why? Because only 10% of code is written end-to-end by an organization’s developers. Let’s say that another way: applications are built with 90% borrowed code. Watch this webinar to understand and compare your security options.
DBAs are tasked with the monumental job of providing an accurate audit trail of SQL Server activities and auditing sensitive data. SQL compliance manager goes beyond traditional approaches with its real-time monitoring and auditing of all data access, updates, data structure modifications and changes to security permissions. Take a test drive now.
This course begins with an overview of improper validation of array indices. It describes the security impact of the weakness and provides a technical description of the issue, along with code examples to show the vulnerability. Finally, the course describes the remediation strategies available to mitigate the weakness described by CWE-129.
Enterprises are challenged to create easy to use rich Internet applications that enable users and customers to access and interact with data and content in more intuitive and visual ways. Download this trial software to learn more.
What keeps your customers happy when it comes to software? Tune into this video to learn more about what you can do to improve your software testing and quality assurance. It outlines the pros and cons of satisfied customers and what the means for your business. View this resource now to learn more about improving your software.
Watch this webcast to find out how you can derive more value from your scrum teams. Find out how to identify, anticipate, and mitigate the challenges to scaling agile development. Plus, learn how to incorporate scrum into the full product lifecycle, from development to operations and insight.
Generating reports from Java applications has traditionally been a difficult task with heavy coding effort in development and maintenance. Even where graphical tools are provided, users must learn how to use a new and sometimes cumbersome tool.