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How well do you know your APIs? Not well enough, says Cisco

Many APIs are openly accessible online, and that means big chunks of your apps are, too. Cisco’s Vijoy Pandey has tools and tips to help businesses get visibility into their APIs. Image: Shutterstock/Den Rise There’s a slight problem in the world of app development, and it’s one that’s pretty fundamental [...]

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How well do you know your APIs? Not well enough, says Cisco

Many APIs are openly accessible online, and that means big chunks of your apps are, too. Cisco’s Vijoy Pandey has tools and tips to help businesses get visibility into their APIs. Image: Shutterstock/Den Rise There’s a slight problem in the world of app development, and it’s one that’s pretty fundamental ...

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Become an ethical hacker for just $13 during this Cyber Week sale

Now you can learn everything you need to become a master ethical hacker without having to take time away from your current job. Image: iStockphoto/peshkov Since cybercrimes have been becoming increasingly more frequent and more severe, with mid-sized companies the most vulnerable, the demand for cybersecurity experts has continued to ...

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SMBs urged to update software ahead of Black Friday

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are being urged to update their software ahead of Black Friday and Cyber Monday to avoid financial and reputational damage. The warning comes after the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) identified 4,151 online shops that had been compromised using a vulnerability within the e-commerce platform ...

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Apple’s Pegasus lawsuit a ‘declaration of war’ against offensive software developers, says Kaspersky director

Clearview AI, the controversial startup known for scraping billions of selfies from people’s public social network profiles to train a facial-recognition system, may be fined just over £17m ($22.6m) by the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). The watchdog on Monday publicly mulled punishing Clearview following an investigation launched last year ...

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