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Davey Winder, Security Journalist
Davey Winder, our guest blogger and an award-winning security journalist, explains the role of Shifting Left for Secure Application Development
Digital transformation is fueling widespread adoption of cloud computing, allowing organizations to leverage virtualized infrastructure and accelerate innovation. The cost advantages that cloud infrastructures offer is clear, but your approach to security may need to change to fit technology and process differences. As you move workloads to the cloud, how can you assess infrastructure, application, and data security risks that might disrupt your business?
Nikos Danopoulos, IT Security Consultant
Local File Inclusion - aka LFI - is one of the most common Web Application vulnerabilities. If conducted successfully, It might allow attackers to read sensitive information, access configuration files or even execute system commands remotely.
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The PCI Security Standards Council touches the lives of hundreds of millions of people worldwide. A global organization, it maintains, evolves and promotes Payment Card Industry standards for the safety of cardholder data across the globe.
Today, companies are the primary target for hackers because of the sensitive data they hold. Cloud and Big Data technologies are fantastic tools to analyze and manage a large amount of data, but they are often not as secure as they should be. So while companies are benefiting from the availability of such applications to improve their productivity, IT security teams are hit with a wealth of security issues - they've never experienced such lousy visibility for key assets and data, it is hence more important than ever to strengthen the need for web applications testing.
Knowing your weakness is the best defense. Penetration testing involves running simulated hacking exercises against corporate networks, systems, and people to find out if they are vulnerable to an attack. Also called “white hat hacking” and “ethical hacking,” it is the process of allowing security professionals to hack your company like a malicious hacker would do to help uncover security weaknesses.
Sergio Loureiro, Director Cloud solutions
What about our patented Clone&Scan technology? Discover a new approach for Vulnerability Scanning: the Clone Wars!
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With digital transformation, a lot of companies invest and add layers of technology to their business using DevOps, Cloud and web applications for example. And with the DevOps approach always pushing to improve apps, security remain one of the companies' biggest challenge.  
Application security is evolving but it has yet to catch up with the abundance of risks that web applications now present. Threats to web apps are becoming an even greater challenge for DevOps on a near daily basis and many businesses are still using risk management plans that simply do not cut it.
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Web application vulnerabilities are some of the most common flaws leading to modern data breaches. SQL injection (SQLi) and Local File Inclusion (LFI) attacks represented for 85% of Web Application attacks, XSS counted for only 9%.

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