Continuous analysis with Kiuwan and Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)

Microsoft is not that company neglecting everything that has anything to do with the Internet anymore.


If you live in the world of Appsec, ever visit the realm of software development or know the landscape of DevOps security for example, then you understand and appreciate the NIST.

What is Application Security?

The conversation surrounding application security could go a thousand different directions, technology is a massive landscape after all.

How Shift Left Is Implemented in DevSecOps

2017 may well be a watershed year for the hacker. It has now been 

DevSecOps: Building a Culture of Responsibility for Network Security

Security vulnerabilities are everywhere. If nothing else, the 

Application Inventory Management

How Application Inventory Management Unlocks Your App for Affordable Maintenance and Development   As your application grows in complexity, it's critical to maintain a strong understanding of its back-end functionality.

Static Analysis in Automated Software Quality Tests

Software quality management solutions function with automated tests that use static analysis processes to generate 

Why Automated Code Reviews Need to Include Security Audits

When you and your team are coding a web app, you do your best to avoid any potential security holes in the code.

Gain full control of open source components

Almost every developer relies to some degree on open source software, and it's tough to beat the flexibility of open use and distribution licensing.

Security standards in software development

The need for security in all things technology is well-known and paramount.

Application Security in Devops

Why Application Security Is More Critical Than Ever in DevOps Application security was obviously always important in DevOps environments, but the need for a high level of security is getting stronger and stronger daily.

Continuous analysis with Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2017

Microsoft Team Foundation Server and Kiuwan are old pals.

OWASP Top 10 2017 – A10 Underprotected APIs

Number 10 on OWASP's list of application security risks is 

OWASP Top 10 2017 – A9 Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities

Once every few years, OWASP releases a Top 10 list, featuring the ten most significant security risks related to developing web applications.