Encryption and authorization are usually viewed as separate operations, but considering them together simplifies development and architecture
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Ionic Security continues to improve its SDKs in ways that add value for developers looking to build applications that secure and control access to sensitive data, like this latest release, which delivers dynamically loaded crypto capabilities
Learn how to secure secrets in code like passwords and API keys as you build a React app in this tutorial. Secure source code with Machina.
The Schrems II decision and Privacy Shield invalidation have created chaos and uncertainty. Robert Ball, chief privacy officer, offers practical guidance for affected organizations.
For risk and compliance teams, adopting a Zero Trust mindset means more than chasing a buzzword. You’re looking for capabilities that help you maintain your strategy over the long haul.
What does it mean to implement Zero Trust as a developer? A Zero Trust architecture is data-centric and externalizes authorization for optimal flexibility and granular control.
To prepare for a Zero Trust security strategy, you have to accept that some traditional assumptions are no longer true or sufficient. And you have to recognize the scope of the problem requires a new framework to solve it.
While traditional models for network security assigned trust based on location — anyone in the office was often trusted by default — Zero Trust models focus on users and context. Forrester now describes the five pillars of the Zero Trust extended ecosystem, which includes data,…