Manage the new Edge with Browser Security Plus

Not long ago, Microsoft announced the upcoming launch of its all-new version of the Edge browser that’s built on Chromium. The launch date for the new Chromium-based Edge browser, January 15, 2020, is almost here, and we on the Browser Security Plus team are ready to provide Edge browser management support for all versions. How can Browser Security Plus manage the new Edge?


Google Cloud Platform Serverless Ingestion into Splunk

If you have or plan to collect data from Google Cloud Platform (GCP), you will have noticed that your option of ingesting data has been by using Splunk’s Google Cloud Platform Add-On. However, many customers are adopting “serverless” cloud services to deliver their cloud solutions. There are many reasons for this, but mainly it provides solutions that do not require any overheads of server or container management, that scale and is delivered as a part of their cloud platform.


2019 Magecart Timeline

We break down the timeline of the number one threat to ecommerce sites today – Magecart! This timeline includes all the significant Magecart attacks in 2019. With 4,800 formjacking attacks each month alone, this timeline only represents a small proportion of attacks reported in the public domain in 2019. Detect Web-skimming, Formjacking, and Supply Chain attacks before a Data Breach occurs with Magecart detection.


Extend Your Test Environments with Katalon and TestingBot Integration

We’re excited to roll out our new integration between Katalon Studio and TestingBot. This integration plugin allows you to easily create and manage tests in Katalon Studio and extend your test coverage with more than 2,000 browsers and devices from TestingBot. This plugin is available for free download on Katalon Store. You can easily configure your credentials and choices of browsers and devices and take advantage of the TestingBot Selenium and Appium grid.

How Snyk Gains End-to-end Observability using

Snyk is a developer-centric organization focused on open source and container security for modern engineering teams. In our latest customer perspective, Anton Drukh, VP of Engineering, sat down with our team to discuss how the organization gains full production visibility and end-to-end observability with the help of

14 Cybersecurity Metrics + KPIs to Track

When it comes to protecting sensitive data, preventing data breaches and detecting cyber attacks, you need a way to track whether you're meeting your goals. Key performance indicators (KPIs) are an effective way to measure the success of your cybersecurity program and aid in decision-making. According to PwC, just 22 percent of Chief Executive Officers believe their risk exposure data is comprehensive enough to form decisions. A figure that - alarmingly - hasn't changed in 10 years.


Checklist of CDN Providers

Content delivery networks, or CDNs, are one of the easiest ways to improve the performance of a web application. By caching assets on servers around the world, you can minimize the stress on the original server and dramatically improve load times. Load testing CDNs can help you quantify their benefits, identify any configuration errors, and choose the best provider for your requirements.


Kotlin Coroutines - Asynchronicity for Procedural Thinkers

Coroutines are computer program components that generalize subroutines for non-preemptive multitasking, by allowing execution to be suspended and resumed. With that we could close the blog post, everything’s said. We, however, want to dive a bit deeper into what coroutines are, why it is helpful to use them and how they make writing asynchronous code understandable and maintainable. We also want to discover the still pretty fresh support for coroutines in Kotlin.


Splunk Stream 7.2 - Integration with Amazon VPC Traffic Mirroring

Recently, our good friends at Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched an awesome new product, VPC Traffic Mirroring. Here at Splunk, we are excited about this new capability as it allows our Splunk Stream platform to ingest this data, and send it on to any Splunk instance, in the cloud or on premises. Leveraging this capability allows Splunk users to collect specific network data from their AWS environment, and use it to fulfill security, IT Ops, or business-focused use cases.