Create a safer front-end with Sencha
Blog|by Leanne Bevan|22 October 2020
Many tech organisations are concerned about the security aspect of software development—particularly around security monitoring, maintenance and ownership. Threats to mission-critical applications need immediate intervention and can add more time, money and resources to an already complex software pipeline.
Generally, the use of open source components greatly shapes the security processes and protocols adopted by organisations. Although larger organisations are able to heavily invest in tools to operate the security aspects of their projects, smaller companies often cannot afford that luxury.
Sencha has created a free guide, Securing Your Software Pipeline with a Safer Front-end Framework Solution. Read the guide to learn more about security vulnerabilities, what types of vulnerabilities you need to be on the lookout for, and how adopting a safer front-end framework solution could protect your application development.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month
October is National Cyber Security Month. If you feel you may have gaps in the security of your software, IP, or organisation in general, please get in touch. We offer a range of security products and services to help you protect your business. For instance, our technical team, Cloud Know How, provide an Open Source Compliance Check.
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