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Testing application security challenges is essential to ensure that we are moving forward with cybersecurity technology, however many organisations are still unable to identify the key challenges within their infrastructure. As with most facets of life, many organisations are still rooted in traditional attitudes; they previously invested in one approach to security and they are skeptical of rocking the formula.
IT environments have, however, evolved dramatically over the last decade and organisations have moved beyond cloud migration programs and are now overhauling their applications in cloud-native ecosystems. These changes have led to strives in innovation, while also leaving space for vulnerabilities. This is where organisations need to start testing application security and building a more robust framework to protect their applications.
- How to get a transparent view of application security
- How to avoid consistent, distracting security alerts
- The rate of evolution of IT environments in 2022.
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