DevSecOps – an Overview
In recent years, DevSecOps is widely discussed in developing secure software. There are many activities and practices are proposed to achieve security goals of enterprise. We believe an integrated security testing framework for secure software development life cycle is essential. We adopt security activities and practices of DevSecOps to generate security guidelines and security test cases. Here is an overview of DevSecOps.
Future Focus Infotech Partners with Alyne
Future Focus Infotech (FFI) is partnering with Alyne, Germany in a Global Strategic Reselling and Implementation partnership. Alyne is a unified RegTech SaaS platform offering a unique way to unify and manage organisational risk controls and management. Future Focus Infotech will be offering a unique proposition to their customer base by leveraging Alyne’s extensive Risk Control Library to proactively tackle today’s nature of cyberattacks that are constantly challenging or defeating the key investments made on security infrastructure.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard
Organizations today want to move to a defined security approach, but are not able to do due to various reasons. One of the most preferred and successful method is to perform a Fintech related risk-based assessment. PCI – DSS – Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards is a regulation that is mandated for the Fintech Industry.
In an ever-changing business / competitive world, the primary objective is a need for a “workable” or a “shippable” product. The various stakeholders have multiple expectations. Caught in between all these humongous expectations, compliance or adhering to the best practices can easily be overlooked by the team.
Organizations which deal a lot with sensitive data need these “destructions” at its best. The trouble is “deleting” the data doesn’t really mean it is deleted. This article throws light on effective ways for data destruction.
Digital Forensics – Browser Artifacts
Web browsers are our eyes to the internet and everything that goes on in the internet mostly goes through the browsers leaving a whole lot of data behind, from cookies till cached data, providing a gold mine of information during a forensic investigation.