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Classy up your curl with curl-trace

We don’t always curl.. but when we do, we curl-trace. image source Here at Signal Sciences we enjoy ...

James Wickett May 5, 2016

Rugged DevOps: Making Invisible Things Visible

You might already know them from theagileadmin.com, but let me introduce you to two of the leading m...

Signal Sciences April 26, 2016

Bug Bounties and NGWAF: 1 + 1 = 3

Return on Investment—ROI. Sales departments have to show it, marketing departments have to show it, ...

Signal Sciences April 22, 2016

Lunch and Learn Series: Building a Modern Security Organization

The Signal Sciences’ Lunch and Learn Series is starting this month. It’s a webinar series geared for...

Signal Sciences April 19, 2016

Why Services Are Eating The UNIVERSE!

This post was originally published November 2, 2015. Debatably, it has only improved in accuracy sin...

Tyler Shields April 14, 2016

More Silo Smashing Ideas, bringing InfoSec and DevOps together

Silo Smashing! (source http://ports.co.za/admin/large/image-587.jpg) Last week I wrote an article on...

James Wickett April 5, 2016

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