Thomas Segura

Thomas Segura

Thomas' passion for tech and open-source led him to join GitGuardian as technical content writer. He focuses on clarifying the transformative changes that cybersecurity and software are going through.

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Why SAST + DAST can't be enough

Why SAST + DAST can't be enough

Static and dynamic app testing are cornerstones for any comprehensive AppSec program, yet they rarely rise up to the challenges of fully securing modern software. Discover why secrets are one of their critical blind spots.

The Open-Source Backdoor That Almost Compromised SSH

The Open-Source Backdoor That Almost Compromised SSH

The open-source world narrowly escaped a sophisticated supply-chain attack that could have compromised countless systems. A stark reminder of the necessity of vigilant monitoring and rigorous vetting within the open-source ecosystem to maintain trust and security.

The State of Secrets Sprawl 2024

The State of Secrets Sprawl 2024

The State of Secrets Sprawl 2024 report by GitGuardian uncovers a 28% increase in leaked secrets on GitHub, revealing an urgent need for significantly improved security practices.

Cybersecurity in Healthcare: Beyond the Myths

Cybersecurity in Healthcare: Beyond the Myths

The healthcare industry, holding a treasure trove of valuable data, finds itself at a pivotal point in its fight against cyber threats. This sector, harassed by cybercriminals, has endured the highest average costs due to breaches for over a decade.

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