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    Announcing the 2017 State of Open Source Security Report

    Today we're excited to launch the 2017 State of Open Source Security Report! The full report is available as a free PDF, and the highlights are collected online.

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    Tim Kadlec's avatar Tim Kadlec November 16, 2017

    Why triaging might be going away

    One of the biggest bottlenecks in security is 'triaging'—the process of validating if a security alert is actually impacting your organization, sizing up the estimated impact, and figuring out how to resolve it. In this article, we'll make the case that we should all be striving to skip triaging and focus on fixing vulnerabilities instead.

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    Geva Solomonovich's avatar Geva Solomonovich November 02, 2017