A review of Fuzz Testing results from various industries in 2016 showed the overall average time to first failure (TTFF) was 1.4 hours, meaning testers are taking less time to find vulnerabilities than in 2015.
Security researcher Peiter Zatko, better known in the industry by his hacker moniker "Mudge," will unveil details of a cybersecurity "underwriters' laboratory" project that he announced last year on Twitter.
Having delivered a properly thought through requirement at building block 1 and a mature design with some development testing at block 2, we now move to block 3 where build-out of the design and the intensive programme of testing and acceptance into service is to be achieved, says Tony Collings.
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Following the news that Trend Micro's Password Manager would allow hackers to execute malicious code we ask, how secure are security applications?
Vulnerability testing by CERT found tens of thousands of Androd apps are vulnerable and no full register exists as they don't all get CVE assigned.
Intelligence-led third party red-teaming testers can identify the blind spots that in-house teams thought they had covered suggests Simon Saunders.
Protect against real-world threats and test the most likely scenarios using relevant models, including low-tech, says Gavin Watson.
The ability to detect and respond when your security is breached are of paramount importance in ensuring organisational resilience says Alan Calder.
Resiliency is moving up the agenda, for both attackers and defenders, says Fred Kost, who adds that systems need to be built - and tested - to assure safety.
"You suck at your job" was the Michael Roytman's controversial opening line to the audience of white hat hackers at the B-Sides event run prior to RSA San Francisco.
Keeping it simple and ensuring the basics are properly covered is likely to result in the biggest improvement in software security, says Cigital's Paco Hope.