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The NIST CSF functions wheel: identify, protect, detect, respond and recover.

Wat is het Cyberfundamentals framework van het CCB?

Het Centrum voor Cybersecurity België (CCB) heeft op 24-03-2023 het Cyberfundamentals framework gelanceerd om de cyberveiligheid in Belgische bedrijven te verbeteren. Wij zijn alvast overtuigd van het…

June 10, 2023 | Olivier Sels
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Building a MVSP or Minimum Viable Secure Product

You're probably familiar with the concept of a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) if you're creating a software product, SaaS platform or IoT device. But did you know there is also something called the…

May 25, 2023 | Olivier Sels

Do I need an AppSec program?

If your company develops software then the answer is always: yes, you need an appsec program. But what is an appsec program and why do you need one? What is an AppSec program? Application Security or…

March 27, 2023 | Olivier Sels
The AppSec program is a continual loop of Assess -> Plan -> Improve

Is my software secure?

When your business is developing software, it becomes crucial to know: "is my software secure?" To answer that question you need a proper Application Security (AppSec) program. What's an AppSec…

January 30, 2023 | Olivier Sels

Ransomware: can this happen to us?

After the ransomware attacks on Antwerp and Diest, many will think: "Can this happen to us?" Here are some major red flags. If you encounter them in your organization, you might be in trouble…

December 15, 2022 | Olivier Sels
A diagram of how to protect application secrets, showing them being injected in the deployment process. Developers do not have access to application secrets or the production environment.

OWASP SAMM recommendation #3: protect application secrets

Our #3 recommendation to increase Application Security, protect application secrets in configuration and code, is the first one to come from the Implementation category of improvements from OWASP SAMM…

December 8, 2022 | Olivier Sels

Is it possible to improve application security without slowing down development?

Ask any developer, manager, tester or even security professional, and they will almost certainly agree with this statement. But is it actually true? And if so, what can we do about it? Does…

November 28, 2022 | Olivier Sels
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OWASP SAMM recommendation #2: organize basic data protections

Did you ever receive an email from a company that was clearly meant as an internal test? I think you did. And it shows why our #2 recommendation to increase Application Security is to organize basic…

November 2, 2022 | Olivier Sels
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OWASP SAMM recommendation #1: best-effort patching

Do you practice best-effort patching? This is our #1 recommendation to increase Application Security based on the OWASP SAMM model. Not only does this practice require relatively little effort to…

October 27, 2022 | Olivier Sels
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Application Security: where to start?

Application Security (AppSec) is often an afterthought for a technology startup. Your focus is on launching an awesome new product that will change the world, not on making it secure. But when your…

October 26, 2022 | Olivier Sels

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