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Ferruh Mavituna Interviewed About Web App Security by Byron Acohido

Category: News - Last Updated: Thu, 28 Jun 2018 - by Robert Abela

Ferruh Mavituna is interviewed about the growing success of Netsparker, and how Netsparker has anticipated and adapted to some of the largest trends in the digital transformation. Netsparker's focus on web apps, cloud based environments, and scanning to scale, all contribute to its success, as well as its core focus on automation and accuracy. Read More

Sumeru Solutions – Netsparker Case Study

Category: News - Last Updated: Thu, 21 Jun 2018 - by Robert Abela

Sumeru Solutions is an software development company that makes banking and information security solutions, and mobile apps. They selected Netsparker to automate and speed up their web scanning processes because of its rapid configurability, ease of use, reliability, lack of false positives, and ability to handle a larger range and scale of products. Read More

Ferruh Mavituna Is Interviewed About Netsparker at RSA Conference 2018

Category: News - Last Updated: Fri, 15 Jun 2018 - by Netsparker Team

Ferruh Mavituna chatted with John Dasher at the RSA Conference 2018 about Netsparker's powerful ability as a tool to find web application security vulnerabilities accurately, quickly, early, and automatically, in a way that brings scalability, visibility and connectivity to the entire security scanning process, from planning to product deployment. Read More

Netsparker GDPR Survey: 10 Percent of C-Level Security Execs Say GDPR Will Cost Them $1M+

Category: News - Last Updated: Thu, 12 Apr 2018 - by Robert Abela

Press Release | We surveyed international C-Level Executives about their compliance plans for the EU's upcoming GDPR. This update contains the survey results, which shows that affected companies are serious about compliance and aware of the costs involved. It also reveals those industries that are most affected and those that are least prepared. Read More

Netsparker Raises $40 Million to Accelerate Growth of Leading Web Application Security Software

Category: News - Last Updated: Thu, 08 Mar 2018 - by Robert Abela

Press Release | We are delighted to announce that an investment of $40 Million by San Francisco-based growth and private equity fund, Turn River Capital, will accelerate product development, marketing and sales team expansion, and acquisitions at Netsparker to support the increased enterprise level demand for web application security software. Read More

Netsparker and Softprom by ERC Sign a Global Distribution Contract

Category: News - Last Updated: Thu, 25 Jan 2018 - by Robert Abela

Press Release | Softprom by ERC has signed a contract with Netsparker to be sole and official distributor of the Netsparker web application security scanner throughout the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States and throughout the Eastern European market. Read More

Netsparker's Weekly Security Roundup 2017 - Week 51

Category: News - Last Updated: Fri, 05 Jan 2018 - by Netsparker Security Team

A weekly security roundup by Netsparker for week 51 of 2017 - We examine the differences between the latest version of OWASP Top 10 and its predecessor. We also delve into the Mailspoilt vulnerability, security issues with EV Certificates and Google's .dev Support. Read More

Missed Black Hat or DEF CON? We've got you covered

Category: News - Last Updated: Thu, 24 Aug 2017 - by Sven Morgenroth

If you missed Blackhat and Def Con this year do not worry. Our security researcher Sven Morgenroth has just compiled a list of the best talks that took place during this year's conferences in Las Vegas. Read More

Infographic: Statistics About the Security State of 104 Open Source Web Applications

Category: News - Last Updated: Thu, 17 Aug 2017 - by Robert Abela

In this infographic, we highlight the most common vulnerabilities that are found in open source web applications. Even though this is just a small sample of the web applications that are used on the live website on the internet, these statistics give us a good overview of the real life situation, and how many websites are vulnerable to malicious hacker attacks. Read More