5 Best Practices in Application Security for 2017 by Venkatesh Sundar

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5 Best Practices in Application Security for 2017 Every day of being ‘not fully secure’ is a day for potential breach. Customer information, business data, money, and brand rep; everything is at stake. However, it is not easy to focus on app security. Should you fix vulnerabilities, build bulletproof Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) or hire security experts? Here are the best practices in application security to help you. Step 1: Threat Model Often, companies do not have an inventory of their applications. There are plenty of old and rogue apps with dozens of vulnerabilities. Create an inventory list to ensure that your administrator knows about all the resources. Keep separate tabs for version, last update and use case. Step 2:  Priority Buckets Once you have the list of applications, can you start testing and patching all of them at once? That is why sorting Critical, Serious and Normal helps.....

March 28, 2017
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