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Narrow versus Strong AI: The Future of Artificial Intelligence
Owen Gotimer Hello everyone. My name is Owen Gotimer. I’m the community manager at TechWell. I’m joined today by Tom Stiehm the CTO at Coveros. Tom, thanks for joining me today. Tom Stiehm Thanks for having me. Owen Gotimer Tom, we’re gonna chat about some DevOps and DevSecOps anti-patterns. Do you want to give a […]
Dependency Checking Your Ruby Application
Artificial intelligence is one of the fastest growing fields in the technology world, but there’s still a lot of uncertainty surrounding what truly qualifies as AI, the different types of AI, and how quickly AI is advancing. First, it’s important to set a framework about what AI is. While there isn’t one accepted definition, most […]
What is WAF?
What is SCA?
Before diving into WAF security, it’s important to note the difference between web servers and application servers. A web server is internet facing on the front end, while an application server is where the code resides and is not internet facing. Between the web server and app server, all the HTTPs encrypted data is decrypted […]
What is RASP?
SCA stands for Software Composition Analysis. It’s a technique where you try to analyze the dependencies that your application includes to make sure that they don’t have any known vulnerabilities. In fact, up to 80% of the components that we include in our applications have some known vulnerability in them which can expose our applications […]
What is IAST?
RASP stands for Runtime Application Self Protection. Like IAST it’s agent based, so it watches your software run and tries to determine if something is attacking it. The goal of IAST is to try to determine if something’s attacking it by a certain behavior. RASP adds a layer to that by recognizing something’s attacking it […]
What is DAST?
IAST stands for Interactive Application Security Testing. The basic idea is that you have software that watches your application running, usually in a Java or .NET world that uses what’s called the profiling API, and it watches everything that happens in your application and tries to determine if that activity is somehow attacking the software. […]
What is SAST?
DAST stands for Dynamic Application Security Testing, and it’s a blackbox suite of tools that really look at web applications on the front end. DAST looks at a running application looking for potential security vulnerabilities, architectural weaknesses, SQL injection, and cross-site scripting, among other security risks in the OWASP Top Ten. How is SAST different […]
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SAST stands for Static Application Security Testing. SAST look through application source code for security defects, different issues written into the source code, and how the application is actually programmed to identify vulnerabilities that then have the potential being exploited. How is SAST different from DAST? SAST typically takes less time than running DAST, and […]
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