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What Are The Most Secure Programming Languages

We all know that behind every developer is a beloved and often contentious programming language. In heated debates over which language is the best, the security card usually comes into play in support of one language or to discredit another. We decided to address this debate once and for all and put it to the test by taking a close look at seven of the most popular programming languages today to see which are the most secure.

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The Forrester Wave™: Software Composition Analysis, Q2 2019

In Forrester’s 33-criterion evaluation of software composition analysis providers, Forrester identified the 10 most significant ones — WhiteSource, Flexera, FOSSA, GitLab, JFrog,Snyk, Sonatype, Synopsys, Veracode and WhiteHat Security— and researched, analyzed,and scored them. This report shows how each provider measures up and helps security professionals select the right one for their needs.

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The Complete Guide On Open Source Security

Open source components are the core building blocks of application software, providing developers with a wealth of off-the-shelf possibilities that they can use for assembling their products faster and more efficiently. This joint report by Microsoft and WhiteSource discusses the difference in finding & fixing vulnerabilities in open source components opposed to proprietary code, how to grasp the unique challenges of open source security and how to tackle them, as well as how to master the best practices of managing your open source security risks.

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Open Source Security Management in the Age of DevOps

These days, there’s an app for virtually anything. Enabling rapid application development and deployment of these apps is a nearendless body of components, most of which are opensource: code, scripts, artifacts and more. But while these components are driving faster development and deployment, they also can be a security nightmare for companies that fail to manage and secure them effectively—a scenario that has proven catastrophic in several high-profile incidents over the last few years.

We conducted a survey of more than 400 organizations to understand their policies,processes and tools in managing the risk associated with the use of open source components in their applications.

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