5 Security Vulnerabilities That Observability Can Patch Right Now

Security incidents and cyber-attacks cost companies billions each year. Complex, distributed, or microservice-based applications make these incidents challenging to detect. One critical component of operational security is the ability to detect and prevent cyberattacks in running applications. But, building and maintaining secure applications before attacks occur offers even more value. We can develop software that […]

Understanding Open-Source License Risk

When someone uses an open-source software component, they automatically enter into an open-source license with the code’s author. Although open-source may seem like a free-for-all, this license is a legally binding contract that declares how and where you can use the code commercially. Usually, an open-source license permits you to freely modify a work and […]

Understanding IPS Patching

An intrusion prevention system (IPS) acts as a security mechanism to detect and prevent network threats. The system accomplishes this by scanning network traffic for identified dangers. When the system detects a threat in the intrusion data, it stalls development and bars the threat from entry. Three criteria broadly categorize elements as threats. First, threats […]

7 Intriguing Ways To Use Address Verification

Long ago, the worst-case scenario of not verifying an address was the occasional letter arriving at the wrong mailbox. In today’s e-commerce, with Know Your Customer (KYC), Know Your Business (KYB), and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance requirements, address errors have become even more costly. Now more than ever, we need to ensure addresses are valid […]