What is DAST? Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) is the process of analyzing a web application through the front-end to find vulnerabilities through simulated attacks. This type of approach evaluates the application from the “outside in” by attacking an application like a malicious user would. Learn more from our new AppSec blog:
This episode of the TestGuild Security Podcast, Getting Started with AppSec, features Tanya Janca, and advocate for and enabling countless other women in her field. She shares her thoughts on multiple security topics you need to know about to help jump-start your AppSec efforts.
A new TestGuild Security Podcast episode, Professional Red Teaming, features Joe Vest. Joe has extensive knowledge of cyber threats, tools, and tactics, including threat emulation and threat detection. He draws on his experience in red teaming, penetration testing, and application security for this episode.
This episode of the TestGuild Security Podcast features Hasan Yasar. He discusses the common misconceptions and roadblocks that exist, and how to use DevSecOps to help your organization reach new heights of efficiency and productivity without getting frustrated.
Are you a developer? Do you manage a team of developers? Are you looking for a challenge? Do you want an opportunity to improve your secure coding skills? If yes, then join this live Secure Coding tournament on May 22nd, hosted by Secure Code Warrior and taking place during our Micro Focus Virtual Universe.