One Year After GDPR: Three Common Mistakes Businesses Still Make

May 25, 2019 marked the one-year anniversary of the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into full effect. This milestone serves as a timely reminder for any business in the EU or doing business with EU residents on both the implications of failing to protect data and the procedures needed to prevent this from happening.


Reduce Alert Volume and Gain Timely Event Insights with First-Response Policies

Auto-alert suppression management in OpsRamp delivers first-response actions to reduce redundant and noisy alerts. Learning-based first-response policies ensure that IT teams no longer have to create static rules for a target set of resources by configuring alarm thresholds, defining filter criteria, and specifying time intervals.

Protego's New CI/CD Integration Tool Makes it Simple to Take a "Zero Trust" Approach

The Protego CI/CD integration tool operates during the entire lifecycle of the code with the Protego Proact and Protego FSP solutions. Protego Proact is used during development time, with the main goal of detecting security issues from the start.

Updates from Bugfender Q2, 2019

Welcome to the Bugfender summer newsletter. Over the past few months you may noticed a few improvements to Bugfender’s web app, if not, we’ve summarised them here and you should go and check them out. The machine learning algorithm, which solves problems without requiring detailed instructions, is one of the most exciting technologies on the planet.


What's new in Rails 6?

July 09, 2019 With the official release of Rails 6 just around the corner, we round up all the major new features coming your way. It is an exciting release due to some big features coming upstream from the Basecamp and GitHub projects. Amongst the many minor updates, useful tweaks and bug fixes, Rails 6 will ship with two completely new frameworks: ActionText and ActionMailbox, and two big scalable-by-default features: parallel testing and multiple database support.


New York Passes a Law that Further Expands Cyber Protection

The New York State Legislature recently passed a bill that aims to protect New York residents, regardless of the location of the business. The law, known as the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security (SHIELD) Act is designed to address unauthorized access of data. The bill expands the definition of “Breach of the security of the system” by adding the wording “access to” data. The original regulation contemplated the acquisition of data.