At SafeStack, our mission is to provide high-quality, people-focused online cyber security education for teams in organizations across the globe. In this rapidly changing world, we set a direction for cyber security with care, consideration, and empowerment. We love seeing our customers getting outstanding results from our cyber security programs, and Assignar is one of them.
Like what SafeStack does, or want to get more into application security at speed? Check out our upcoming talks at events near you over the next few months.
Recent years have seen big changes in privacy legislation in many countries. The differences in privacy laws of countries or regions can make this a tricky realm to navigate. Having respect for people’s privacy rights as a guiding principle — a north star if you will — will go a long way towards helping you navigate the choppy oceans of privacy compliance.
Earlier this month, we held a special online masterclass, targeted specifically at investors and stakeholders in high growth companies. The aim of this masterclass was to share our playbook for supporting cyber security in high growth companies.
A couple of Thursdays ago, the SafeStack team spent the night celebrating. It was a strange night, really.
Six months earlier, we’d entered the iSANZ Awards, pitching ourselves as the Best Security Company of the Year and SafeStack Academy as the Best New Zealand Security Service or Product. That feels like a lifetime ago. The odd thing about awards is that once you do the hard work of submitting your entries, it’s easy to forget all about them.
In this blog post, we cover ideas that were first discussed by our SafeStack Academy Secure Development community at our online members’ seminar on detecting attacks in software products, hosted by Christian Frichot and Erica Anderson.
As more people have been working from home or other locations that aren’t a physical office in the last couple of years, you may have heard there’s also been a spike in spam and phishing attempts.
Our passwords do a lot of hard work for us. In simple terms, a password is a combination of characters, numbers, and symbols that protect our systems and accounts — and in turn, also protect the most valuable data we keep in our organisations.
This week SafeStack welcomes three software development apprentices to our team. This is a huge moment for our tiny company and one I’m so very humbled to be able to share.
Digitisation and cloud computing mean that employees have the potential to access some of their employer’s most valuable assets — sensitive data and intellectual property. Teams need clear guidelines on what information should be most protected.