Resources

Phoenix Security
Blog - AppSec & Cloudsec

Discover all the Phoenix Security Latest News and Blog

Search

TOP BLOG

Explore how Phoenix Security is championing cybersecurity by fully embracing the CISA Secure by Design Pledge. Learn about their proactive controls, from enforcing MFA to enhancing breach disclosures, and how they align with the latest CISA KEV guidelines. Join us as we delve into the strategies that make Phoenix a leader in securing digital landscapes.

Explore how Phoenix Security is championing cybersecurity by fully embracing the CISA Secure by Design Pledge. Learn about their proactive controls, from enforcing MFA to enhancing breach disclosures, and how they align with the latest CISA KEV guidelines. Join us as we delve into the strategies that make Phoenix a leader in securing digital landscapes.

Francesco Cipollone
Explore critical insights on CVE-2024-20353, CVE-2024-20358, and CVE-2024-20359 affecting Cisco ASA and FTD software. Learn about the implications, Cisco’s response, and effective vulnerability management/ UVM/ASPM strategies to safeguard your network. Stay updated on the latest patches and security measures.”
Francesco Cipollone
The team at Phoenix Security pleased to bring you another set of new application security (ASPM) features and improvements for vulnerability management across application and cloud security engines. This release builds on top of previous releases with key additions and progress across multiple areas of the platform. Application Security Posture Management – New Weighted Asset Risk Formula – Auto-approval of Risk Exceptions Asset and Vulnerability Management – Relative Time Filter for Vulnerabilities and Assets – Introduce “Ticket References” for Findings – Search Findings by Ticket ID – Asset Pages now have Settings “memory” Integrations – Snyk IaC+ Vulnerabilities – Extended REST API Other Improvements – Vulnerability Timeline as Stacked Lines – Display App/Env for Assigned Assets
Alfonso Eusebio
Explore our in-depth analysis of the CVE-2024-3400 critical vulnerability with exploit in Palo Alto firewalls. Discover how utilizing UVM, CTEM, and ASPM can enhance your cybersecurity strategy and safeguard your network against unauthenticated remote code execution threats. Stay ahead with our expert insights and defense strategies. #CVE2024-3400 #Cybersecurity #NetworkSecurity
Francesco Cipollone
Discover and fix CVE-2024-3094 vulnerability affecting Linux distributions liblzma, part of the xz package, Fedora, openSUSE, Debian, and Kali. Get the latest updates, fixes, and security recommendations to safeguard your system against unauthorized access through compromised XZ Utils. Protect and discover the affected system with ASPM, Application security Posture management
Francesco Cipollone
Discover and fix CVE-2024-3094 vulnerability affecting Linux distributions liblzma, part of the xz package, Fedora, openSUSE, Debian, and Kali. Get the latest updates, fixes, and security recommendations to safeguard your system against unauthorized access through compromised XZ Utils. Protect and discover the affected system with ASPM, Application security Posture management
Francesco Cipollone
Explore the interplay between the MITRE ATT&CK framework and EPSS for effective vulnerability management. Learn how these tools help predict and prioritize cyber threats, with deep dives into the most and least exploited techniques. Stay ahead in cybersecurity with Phoenix’s advanced analysis.
Francesco Cipollone
The Cloud Security and AppSec teams at Phoenix Security are pleased to bring you another set of new Phoenix Security features and improvements for vulnerability management across application and cloud security engines. This release builds on top of previous releases with key additions and progress across multiple areas of the platform. Application Security Posture Management – Team Graph – Team Dashboard Access Update Asset and Vulnerability Management – Saved Filters – Introducing Asset Lifecycle Management – Introducing Vulnerability Lifecycle Management Integrations – Out-of-the-box Nuclei Scanning – Wiz Integration – Control Snyk ignored vulnerabilities Other Improvements – Navigate to Asset from Impact Explorer chart – Improved display of Impact and Exposure in Risk Elements
Alfonso Eusebio

Resources

Listen to the latest Phoenix Security podcast

Get Started with Phoenix Security

Read the latest Phoenix Security news

Read the latest Blogs

Discover our events

Explore the talks

Discover Whitepapers

Read the latest News

Discover video resources

Welcome to Peace of Mind

Trusted by more than 1000 users and 380 organizations

Derek Fisher

Head of product security at a global fintech

Derek Fisher – Head of product security at a global fintech. Speaker, instructor, and author in application security.

Derek is an award winning author of a children’s book series in cybersecurity as well as the author of “The Application Security Handbook.” He is a university instructor at Temple University where he teaches software development security to undergraduate and graduate students. He is a speaker on topics in the cybersecurity space and has led teams, large and small, at organizations in the healthcare and financial industries. He has built and matured information security teams as well as implemented organizational information security strategies to reduce the organizations risk.

Derek got his start in the hardware engineering space where he learned about designing circuits and building assemblies for commercial and military applications. He later pursued a computer science degree in order to advance a career in software development. This is where Derek was introduced to cybersecurity and soon caught the bug. He found a mentor to help him grow in cybersecurity and then pursued a graduate degree in the subject.

Since then Derek has worked in the product security space as an architect and leader. He has led teams to deliver more secure software in organizations from multiple industries. His focus has been to raise the security awareness of the engineering organization while maintaining a practice of secure code development, delivery, and operations.

In his role, Jeevan handles a range of tasks, from architecting security solutions to collaborating with Engineering Leadership to address security vulnerabilities at scale and embed security into the fabric of the organization.

Jeevan Singh

Founder of Manicode Security

Jeevan Singh is the Director of Security Engineering at Rippling, with a background spanning various Engineering and Security leadership roles over the course of his career. He’s dedicated to the integration of security practices into software development, working to create a security-aware culture within organizations and imparting security best practices to the team.
In his role, Jeevan handles a range of tasks, from architecting security solutions to collaborating with Engineering Leadership to address security vulnerabilities at scale and embed security into the fabric of the organization.

James Berthoty

Founder of Latio Tech

James Berthoty has over ten years of experience across product and security domains. He founded Latio Tech to help companies find the right security tools for their needs without vendor bias.

Christophe Parisel

Senior Cloud Security Architect

Senior Cloud Security Architect

Chris Romeo

Co-Founder
Security Journey

Chris Romeo is a leading voice and thinker in application security, threat modeling, and security champions and the CEO of Devici and General Partner at Kerr Ventures. Chris hosts the award-winning “Application Security Podcast,” “The Security Table,” and “The Threat Modeling Podcast” and is a highly rated industry speaker and trainer, featured at the RSA Conference, the AppSec Village @ DefCon, OWASP Global AppSec, ISC2 Security Congress, InfoSec World and All Day DevOps. Chris founded Security Journey, a security education company, leading to an exit in 2022. Chris was the Chief Security Advocate at Cisco, spreading security knowledge through education and champion programs. Chris has twenty-six years of security experience, holding positions across the gamut, including application security, security engineering, incident response, and various Executive roles. Chris holds the CISSP and CSSLP certifications.

Jim Manico

Founder of Manicode Security

Jim Manico is the founder of Manicode Security, where he trains software developers on secure coding and security engineering. Jim is also the founder of Brakeman Security, Inc. and an investor/advisor for Signal Sciences. He is the author of Iron-Clad Java: Building Secure Web Applications (McGraw-Hill), a frequent speaker on secure software practices, and a member of the JavaOne Rockstar speaker community. Jim is also a volunteer for and former board member of the OWASP foundation.

Join our Mailing list!

Get all the latest news, exclusive deals, and feature updates.

x  Powerful Protection for WordPress, from Shield Security
This Site Is Protected By
ShieldPRO