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The Legacy WAF Status Quo: User Expectations Are Changing

sta·tus quo - stādəs ˈkwō/ - noun the existing state of affairs, The “existing state of affairs” is ...

Brian Greene March 29, 2016

Silo Smashing and Feedback Loop Amplification

Photo Credit: MSNBC Media I have reached the age where friends are getting roles like CISO or Direct...

James Wickett March 24, 2016

Lean Security: Add Business Value without Bringing Waste

Just a screenshot, scroll down for the real video! This presentation was given at DevOps Connect: Ru...

Signal Sciences March 22, 2016

The Rehabilitated Security SDLC

How is it that as we, as security practitioners, refuse to think differently about how we secure our...

Tyler Shields March 17, 2016

Silver Lining for Miles: DevOps for Building Secure Solutions

    Zane Lackey and @andrewbecherer Andrew Becherer (DataDog) and Zane Lackey (Signal Sciences) gave...

Signal Sciences March 15, 2016

InfoSec Confession: We protect the wrong things and we slow everything down

One of the secrets of InfoSec is that while we are spending a lot of resources on security professio...

James Wickett March 10, 2016

A Recap of DevOps Connect: Rugged DevOps at RSAC 2016

First, I would like to give a big “thank you” to the organizers of DevOps Connect: Rugged DevOps at ...

James Wickett March 8, 2016

We’re not your typical vendor.

After two years of heads down product development and eight months of general release, I’m excited t...

Andrew Peterson February 25, 2016

Meet the Signal Sciences Team @ RSA Conference 2016

Come hang with the Signal Sciences team at the RSA Conference!!! RSA Conference 2016 February 29 — M...

Signal Sciences February 18, 2016

The Elusive Unicorn of the New AppSec

As the brainchild of the development and operations departments of your business, DevOps is the unic...

Tyler Shields February 16, 2016

Video: James Wickett at GOTO London

James Wickett, Sr. Engineer at Signal Sciences, gave this talk at GOTO Conference in London last fal...

Signal Sciences February 9, 2016

Four Steps Towards Better Incident Response

Incident Response: 95% boredom and 5% sheer terror At one point in my career, I was an incident resp...

Tyler Shields February 5, 2016

Business is from Mercury, and Security is from Pluto

Pluto https://twitter.com/creativecommons/status/621081819845259264 It’s hard to ignore Mercury. Mer...

Signal Sciences February 2, 2016