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The Hybrid Future: The changing face of Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
The AEC sector is changing rapidly with technology having a major influence on the way firms design, collaborate and communicate.
Download the paper and learn about:
•    Technology trends in AEC
•    Using the hybrid work model for flexible working and seamless connection with the job site
•    Data centralization in collaborative Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflows and increased demand for high fidelity graphics
•    Teradici CAS and how it can help support distributed, dynamic AEC teams

The OWASP Mobile Top 10 List and Why it Matters for App Developers
It can be challenging to find reliable information on the web. The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is dedicated to publishing reliable content in the web application space. OWASP’s Mobile Security Project provides resources like the “Mobile Top 10” and Mobile Application Security Verification Standard (MASVS). This report covers these resources in depth to help developers access a reliable framework for identifying, and solving mobile application vulnerabilities.

Mobile applications are a rapidly growing attack surface. With a variety of tools and techniques available to threat actors, mobile application developers need to build a reliable security framework to address the most common security vulnerabilities. In this report, Guardsquare analyzed OWASP’s “Top 10” mobile security risks and mapped them to RASP and code hardening best practices.

The report also examines the Mobile Application Security Verification Standard (MASVS), also produced by OWASP, which details additional risks and resilience guidelines that complement the “Top 10.”

Key insights:
●    A developer-centric overview of OWASP’s “Top 10” & MASVS
●    How resilience layer controls can prevent reverse engineering and tampering
●    Security technique that protect against the OWASP’s “Top 10” mobile vulnerabilities
●    How to build a layered security approach

Download the full report to learn how you can leverage RASP and code hardening to defend your Android and iOS apps against the most common mobile app security threats.

Chaos engineering: Injecting failure to test resilience
Principles of Chaos described chaos engineering as the practice of carrying out experiments like fault injections on a system, for the sake of building confidence in the system’s resilience and ability to withstand turbulent conditions in the production environment. This article will describe the principles of chaos engineering, starting with its history and similar concepts.
Chaos engineering is an emerging practice of resilience testing in IT development. By deliberately injecting failures and errors into a system and monitoring the response, IT development teams can gain confidence in a software system’s ability to withstand real-time chaos (unexpected situations). Chaos engineering helps prevent outages, cut costs, eliminate fault lines, and build confidence in managing any system.

Read this e-book to learn about the principles of chaos engineering, the tools and resources used, and an example involving a Kubernetes application.