GitHub has released a new code-scanning feature for both public and private repositories that finds security flaws before they make it into a codebase.
David Brumley of Carnegie Mellon University and ForAllSecure joins Dennis Fisher to talk about securing the software supply chain.
In the rush to fix newer vulnerabilities, the older ones are left unaddressed. The resulting security debt increases the organization's risk of a breach, Veracode warned.
Zero day vulnerabilities exploited in the wild is never good news, but if the user's machine is running the latest version of the operating system, the chances are good that the attack won't be successful against that machine, according to a Microsoft security engineer.
GitHub rolled out several new features designed to help developers write secure code at its recent GitHub Satellite conference last week in Berlin.