What if someone were able to access and steal your company’s intellectual property or customer data? These are the types of concerns Chief Information Security Officers lose sleep over. Despite conducting frequent and independent security audits, even the most security-focused organizations can remain susceptible to the latest vulnerabilities and attacks.
Most organizations today handle sensitive personal and business data in web-based applications. Allocating resources towards vulnerability mitigation isn’t a choice anymore. Whether it’s a code injection, privilege escalation, DDoS attack, or a vulnerable element, bad actors are constantly looking for creative ways to manipulate exploits for personal gain.
Here are some best practices for web application security:
- Never trust user input
- Disable unused functionality
- Conduct regular safety assessments
- Invest in ongoing cybersecurity training
- Create a bug bounty program
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