Penetration testing

  • February 21, 2019 21 Feb'19

    GitHub security bug bounty program stretches to enterprise cloud

    GitHub's bug bounty program for 2019 increases the reward money for researchers who find security vulnerabilities in the company's code.

  • February 19, 2013 19 Feb'13

    Top ten mobile application threats to enterprise security

    Check out the top ten threats presented by enterprise mobile applications, according to the OWASP Mobile Security Project.

  • October 26, 2009 26 Oct'09

    VisibleThread aims to boost IT documentation quality, improve processes

    Start-up VisibleThread's new document structure and quality analysis tool has uses ranging from requirements management to documentation quality enforcer. VisibleThread's software structure and quality detection capabilities can improve development ...

  • June 14, 2009 14 Jun'09

    Blueprint rolls out Requirements Center 2010

    Blueprint Requirements Center 2010 from Toronto-based Blueprint launched this week with new features targeting the needs of distributed teams and offering enhanced stakeholder collaboration. According to Tony Higgins, VP of products at Blueprint, ...

  • October 22, 2008 22 Oct'08

    Agile aims to bridge software requirements communications gap

    Agile software development bridges the software requirements communications gap by embracing flexibility and face-to-face communication rather than depending on documents to communicate, agile practitioners say.

  • April 11, 2008 11 Apr'08

    Software requirements sign-off essential for solid QA

    Not properly signing off on a software project's requirements limits the quality assurance (QA) team's ability to ensure that the software does as it's intended.

  • February 21, 2008 21 Feb'08

    Poor business requirements process leads to high project costs, study finds

    A recent IAG Consulting study finds that companies that have poor business requirements processes can expect to spend 49% more money and 39% more time on a project.

  • November 01, 2007 01 Nov'07

    From use case diagrams to context diagrams

    It's tempting to consider use case diagrams as context diagrams because they do show context. But having one diagram for both will result in an unreadable cloud of bubbles.

  • October 25, 2007 25 Oct'07

    Agile development: Don't forget the documentation

    Eliminating documentation may speed software development, but it will create problems at the end as supporting groups try to figure out what the product actually does.

  • September 24, 2007 24 Sep'07

    The pros and cons of use case diagrams

    Putting too much into a use case diagram can often render the otherwise useful technique of use cases almost useless. Kevlin Henney recommends a more balanced and restrained approach in order to not lose readers in a myriad of bubbles and ...

  • July 18, 2007 18 Jul'07

    How to document use cases

    Ideally use cases capture the functional requirements of a system in terms of identifiable and testable goals. The trick is writing and documenting them so that they offer value not just for requirements gathering but also for software design and ...