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PTaaS guide | Choosing the right test environment

A major challenge for developing modern applications is ensuring their security. Penetration Testing as a Service (PTaaS) is a cloud-enabled approach that lets you proactively find and fix application vulnerabilities and protect your digital assets. A key step to using a PTaaS solution is selecting the right testing environments. This guide will help you understand the pros and cons of different testing environments, and decide which is best for your organization.

OWASP Top 10 | A07: 2021 - Identification & Authentication Failures

Identification and authentication policies are very important in safeguarding digital assets, protecting privacy, ensuring regulatory compliance, fostering trust, and mitigating risks in today's interconnected and data-driven environments. But some organizations are lax in implementing these policies creating security risks for them and the data of the people stored there. Today we will learn about the various ways in which cybercriminals steal dat and how organizations can prevent it.

Symmetric vs. asymmetric encryption: Practical Python examples

Symmetric and asymmetric encryption are the two most common ways to protect sensitive data with cryptography. These methods use key(s) to transform an unencrypted message into an encrypted message (a ciphertext) that is extremely difficult to decrypt without the correct key(s). Symmetric encryption uses a single key to encrypt and decrypt data. In contrast, asymmetric encryption uses a pair of keys, a public and private key, to encrypt and decrypt sensitive data.