We’re excited to announce the newest short course in our Security Awareness program. This course examines how cyber safety on social media is evolving and what actions we can take to protect ourselves and our organizations.
As the financial year draws to a close, it’s a good time to reflect on the previous year and plan for the next. And those plans for the new financial year may well include introducing new cyber security measures within your organization.
At SafeStack, we care about all businesses, from sole traders and small businesses to big corporates and government departments, spanning many industries and countries. We want to help everyone learn about cyber security, from front-of-house staff to fully remote CEOs.
Welcome to our first Secure Development course for 2022: Introduction to DevSecOps.
2022 has been an exciting year for us, with new team members, lots of great seminars, and more course offerings out and on their way.
We need to have an honest conversation. It’s about shifting security left in software development, and why we need to stop doing it.
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.
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.
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.