IBM announced the opening of its zero-knowledge proof platform, Identity Mixer to developers on the Bluemix cloud. The goal of Identity Mixer is to reduce the need for individuals to transmit personal details to online services, instead relying on a “digital membership card”.
With thousands of Facebook developers pushing code at an average rate of three to four times a day, writing code that is “secure by default” is critical to avoid introducing security vulnerabilities. Although secure by default code is not a new idea, it’s something many developers and
As part of their bi-annual State of Software Security (SOSS) Report, Veracode released the findings of the Fall 2015 publication. Drawing on more than a trillion lines of code, the report shows that some programming languages and platforms suffer from more security risks than others.