Facebook announced an app suspension of “ten of thousands” of apps as part of its privacy investigation. The initiative extends to any app that refuses to answer Facebook how user data is utilized, shared and monetized.
New iOS 13 will limit VoIP apps from running in the background and thus close a loophole that allows third-party apps to exploit background access to collect data on users.
Know your VMs from your containers and unikernels in your software infrastructure? Containers may not be as secure as you think and unikernels may offer more speed and security at less cost.
With more hackers taking advantage of software patches to find vulnerabilities and attack system, programmers need to focus on securing the code at its foundation and not rely on updates.
A haphazard technology roll-out of a new voting app led to tech issues that delayed the Iowa caucus results and threw the public into states of confusion and frustration.
Another Facebook privacy breach was found through the clean-up of its data privacy practices which involves 100 developers with improper access to Facebook Groups data.
No-code and low-code are undoubtedly being touted as the next big thing by the tech industry. Despite all the hype we shouldn’t lose focus on the biggest barrier to adoption: security.
Source code leak of software belonging to over 50 high profile companies was made available online due to misconfiguration of their software development platforms.
Executives concerned about secure applications but developers are not confident that they are writing secure code or the security of third party modules.