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Cyber Security Testing Checklist: 9 Steps to Complete Before Testing a Product in the Security Domain

Technology is booming, and more and more companies are choosing to invest in creating mobile applications. Society is depending on the cloud and applications - these applications are often used and visited more than the average brick and mortar stores. While this is great in terms of technological advancement, it does open the door to those who would take advantage of technological achievements for less than pure motivations.

Software Testing for the Security Domain: A Case Study

Is QA testing necessary for security software? Software QA is absolutely necessary. We are constantly hearing about data breaches occurring seemingly every day, so products and software that can ensure users' safety are in high demand. This surge in demand for security software increases the pressure security product organizations feel as they release new software. Read on to discover how a security company learned that in order to guarantee the safety of users, cybersecurity companies should invest in a QA partner.

ShieldCast - Spring 2018

ShieldCast - Winter 2018

Top 8 Cybersecurity Questions You Should Ask Your QA Testing Company

It seems there is a fresh news story about a high-profile hacking or customer data breach every week. No organization wants to be the subject of the next reputation-ruining headline, but many business leaders still skip over the topic of security when it comes to interviewing, hiring, and onboarding a new outsourced QA partner. The focus instead often tends to be on cost and speed, all the while assuming that security is covered.

Shieldcast: Fall 2017

Shieldcast: Q1-2016

Protecting Yourself from Common Security Shortfalls

Cyber attacks and other forms of malicious hacking are becoming more and more common. Because the exchange of login credentials and the transfer of precious data is often necessary when engaging with an outsourced QA team, strict security measures must be in place to ensure that there is no risk of a breach. A good QA partner ensures that your application's code is safe, secure, and strongly protected at all stages of testing. Though most organizations are vigilant and have strong security implemented to cover the major points of risk, there are some commonly overlooked areas that should not be neglected. In this post, we look at the damaging effect of poor security and the solutions that will prevent it.

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