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All-Star Speaking Lineup Announced for FuzzCon, the Industry’s Premier Fuzzing Event

Chelsea Mastilak
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July 23, 2021

FuzzCon is back and will take place on Thursday, August 5, 2021, both in person in Las Vegas and online. This premier event will feature actionable advice and best practices on autonomous security, the state of application security and the role fuzzing plays in securing code.

The Move Toward Continuous Testing

Tamulyn Takakura
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July 20, 2021

DevSecOps is the expansion of DevOps that includes security professionals as well. The idea is for everyone to be looking at the code together, rather than in silos. This will produce the most robust and resilient software with the least amount of time and cost...

The Hacker Mind Podcast: Hacking Communities

Robert Vamosi
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July 14, 2021

As we head to Hacker Summer Camp, how should we rebuild our infosec communities to be more inclusive and diverse? Jack Daniel offers his unique voice. As one of the founders of BSides and as a community advocate for Tenable, Jack provides guidance on how we can re-emerge successfully.

A Guide To Automated Continuous Security Testing in DevOps

Tamulyn Takakura
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July 13, 2021

The acceleration of application development has shown no sign of stopping. As a result, we’re seeing increasingly complex, interconnected software. These forces are driving organizations to go beyond merely identifying common security errors or protecting against common attack techniques. Increasingly complex applications are calling for the need to anticipate, detect, ...

How Fuzzing Redefines Application Security

Tamulyn Takakura
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July 08, 2021

The application security testing market is highly fragmented. From SAST to DAST to SCA to IAST to RASP, what is the best? Our answer? Autonomous testing through fuzz testing and symbolic execution.

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