Tag: Cyber Security
Respect the Past and Mistrust the Present to Build a Safe Future : Principles of Cyber SecurityCyber Security
Being aware of cyber security practices and constantly tested to be compliant are equally important. Following are some of my experiences that you may find useful in your efforts to be cyber safe.
Qualitest’s Shift-Left Cyber Solutions Secure Cloud Infrastructure and SDLC for Top Insurance CompanyCyber Security Insurance
The Client wanted consistency in their cyber security processes by addressing cyber security requirements as early as possible in the SDLC, but the requirements had not been properly defined.
Qualitest Speeds Up Time-to-Market of Embedded Security Software with Custom Test AutomationAerospace & Defense Cyber Security Test Automation
Qualitest achieved shorter testing cycles through faster regression testing at lower costs.
Cyber Security Amid the COVID-19 CrisisCyber Security
At the start of 2020, cyber security was one of the most prominent issues facing business owners and companies of every size. This is still very much the case. However, with the new worldwide pandemic dynamic, monumental shifts have occurred regarding where the focus of these issues lie.
New Testing Show Podcast: Cyber Security – The Need for a Paradigm ShiftCyber Security
Qualitest’s Elle Gee and Uri Bar-El, our Global Head of Cyber Security, join Matthew Heusser and producer Michael Larsen to elucidate the challenges we face in the realm of security testing.
Cyber Security – Are We Doing It Wrong?Cyber Security
After spending 20 years in the cyber security sector I know that we, the security professionals, need to adjust ourselves to the ever-changing technological landscape if we are to keep providing value.
Are Bugs Killing Social Networking?App & Web Cyber Security
When Facebook went down for 2.5 hours in June 2014, many instances were recorded where users immediately rushed over to Twitter. Chris Brogan, a social...
Addressing Vulnerabilities for Compliance and SecurityCyber Security
Have you run vulnerability scans? Have you factored penetration tests into your test strategy? Have you made sure that security standards are met? Is the final product compliant with the procedures? Do we need penetration tests?” These are questions I get to hear every day at the client site. I worked on a couple of projects last year and both of them required penetration testing, port scans, and vulnerability scans. Initially, I was scared to hear any of these buzzwords but was curious to understand why and how they are important, as these were all requirements in the BRS. With the refinement of the testing process at my client site and engaging performance testers early on project, I was able to make decisions on non-functional testing scope and get the overall test strategy in shape.
Death to the Password: The Rise of Multi-Factor AuthenticationCyber Security
What’s replacing our passwords, and is it actually better? We’ve all been told for years what makes a good password: at least eight characters made...
Qualitest Tests Web & Mobile Vulnerability for Digital Wallet CompanyApp & Web Banking & Financial Services Cyber Security
Qualitest tested the web and mobile interfaces for a digital wallet company. Was it free of vulnerabilities? No. But now the 50 threats we found have been addressed.
Qualitest Tests Website Vulnerabilities for an Entertainment CompanyApp & Web Cyber Security Media & Entertainment
Qualitest was asked to test the website for one of India’s biggest entertainment groups. Was it found to have no vulnerabilities? No. But now they can relax knowing that their risks have been identified and successfully fixed.
Testing BlockchainBanking & Financial Services Cyber Security SAP
Blockchain enables contracts and transaction records that are permanent, tamper-resistant, secure, and efficient via a decentralized platform via smart contract, removing the need for a middleman broker (prone to occasional mistakes, and inconsistent processing times) to physically oversee every transparent action in real-time while still preventing fraud. But what are the challenges of testing this new append-only technology, will blockchain improve itself if any problems are found, and are there other forms of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) better prepared for the job?