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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 It’s hard to ignore Mercury. Mer...

Signal Sciences February 2, 2016

Why DevOps and Product Teams Hate Web Application Firewalls

Welcome to WAF Jeopardy — Where you have the answers and we ask the questions! Here’s some security ...

Max Anderson January 27, 2016

Replay: Nick Galbreath at GOTO London

Nick Galbreath, CTO of Signal Sciences, spoke at GOTO Conference in London last fall and the videos ...

Signal Sciences January 13, 2016

Security Visibility: If You Can’t See ’Em, You Won’t Stop ‘Em!

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Tyler Shields January 11, 2016

DevOps and continuous delivery: Everything you need to know

There are a lot of terms thrown around in modern IT and software engineering organizations DevOps, c...

James Wickett January 7, 2016

Security in an Agile and DevOps World

Recently I was able to join a panel for SecCasts Live hosted by Ken Johnson (@cktricky) at nVisium.

James Wickett December 18, 2015

Rugged Software Engineering from LASCON

I may be a little biased because I co-founded the conference back in 2010, however, one of my favori...

James Wickett December 11, 2015

Welcome to the Signal Sciences Labs!

While running security engineering at Etsy we were often faced with the fact that security products ...

Signal Sciences December 10, 2015