Rick, Developer Advocate at Ionic, gets an application running with our SDK and weighs in on important questions like tabs vs. spaces.
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Explore Machina Tools Java SDK 2.3 which contains generic and CSV file encryption. The Machina Developer Portal has been modified to help with code sample browsing and front page use case buttons.
Gartner industry analyst Neil MacDonald outlines seven imperatives for implementing Continuous and Adaptable Risk and Trust Assessments (CARTA) into information security management programs. Alongside each imperative are some tactical suggestions from Ionic customers.
When adding security into their applications, developers must typically choose between capabilities offered by the languages they’re writing in, or by leveraging an available library. These options aren’t comprehensive, and they introduce additional constraints, making the ongoing management of application security difficult.
While the security and management of data may be siloed into different data sources, applications, and platforms, sensitive data is not. With 43% of organizations pushing out application changes weekly, or even more frequently, application developers are under increasing pressure to maintain a high level…
Machina allows any developer to add data trust services to their application with a few lines of code that provide a consistent approach to data visibility, control, and protection. With our latest SDK release (v 1.4), we continue to add more flexibility to enable developers…