Posts by Jason Chavarría

Jason is content writer and editor at Fluid Attacks. He has a background in psychological research and has been writing about cybersecurity since September 2021.

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Jason Chavarría

Transparency for fewer supply chain attacks

It should be easy to learn how committed the most used OSS libraries are to security. And that transparency we ask for we should practice ourselves.

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Develop bank applications that resist DDoS attacks

Banks are getting most of the DDoS attacks among financial services firms, which are being targeted more than before. Learn to secure your app from this threat.

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If the essential security layer is flawed, you're toast

You must not stop remediating vulnerabilities in your mobile apps just because you fully trust technologies such as RASP or anti-reverse engineering solutions.

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Our pick of the hardest challenges for ethical hackers

We share what to us are the 10 most challenging ethical hacking certifications, so that you can choose your next one and even trace a path to help your career.

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Understanding 51 new PCI DSS requirements made easy

PCI DSS v4.0 brings 51 new requirements that are best practices until March 2025. We share a classification that may help take it all in.

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Comply with the new requirements due for March 2024

Companies that store, handle or transfer account data must comply with PCI DSS v4.0 from March 31. We summarize its 13 new requirements to be met on that date.

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Six main items in an AI policy for software development

Your company should have a policy about generative AI usage for software development. Read our suggestions on the most important items to include.

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Five best practices for coding with the help of gen AI

Generative AI tools are an ally for developers to write code efficiently. We share five best practices for developing software securely while using those tools.

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Jason Chavarría

Importance, types, steps, tools of pentesting, and more

Explore the world of penetration testing and gain understanding of how it bolsters your cybersecurity safeguards against emerging threats.

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