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A 2021 Harvard Business Review article, “Is Third-Party Software Leaving You Vulnerable to Cyberattacks?” posits that when companies buy digital products, they expect them to be secure and typically don’t test for vulnerabilities down the digital supply chain. Hackers have taken note, and incidents of attacks exploiting software weaknesses to break into organizations’ internal networks, are on the rise. Gartner predicts that API abuses will become the most frequent attack vector, resulting in data breaches for enterprise web applications.

In this podcast, Sinan Eren, VP of Trust Security at Barracuda and former founder of Fyde, a Zero Trust Network Access innovator that was acquired by Barracuda, shares some timely tips for software developers to ensure their products are developed with security best practices.

Resources referenced in the podcast:

OWASP Top 10 – a standard awareness document for developers and web application security. It represents a broad consensus about the most critical security risks to web applications.

Barracuda API Security – Protect web and mobile application APIs from the growing threat of attacks and data breaches that cause more havoc than traditional web application attacks.

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Jay McCall

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Jay McCall is an editor and journalist with 20 years of writing experience for B2B IT solution providers. Jay is co-founder of XaaS Journal and DevPro Journal.

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