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A colloquial term for 'the good guys'—e.g., white hat hackers
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Back in 2016, WhiteHat Security started working with BrightEdge during a website redesign.
According to the 2017 WhiteHat Security report, insufficient authorization is one of the top classes of vulnerabilities found as critical.
[2] WhiteHat, "Website security statistics report".
"Website security is an ever-moving target, and organizations need to better understand how various parts of the SDLC affect the introduction of vulnerabilities, which leave the door open to breaches," said Jeremiah Grossman, co-founder and CTO of WhiteHat Security.
*** (2010) WhiteHat Security, WhiteHat Website Security Statistics Report, Available from: https://www.whitehatsec.com/home/resource/stats.html Accessed on: 2011-08-13
WhiteHat Security, Santa Clara, Calif., a leading provider of website risk management solutions, has released the ninth installment of the WhiteHat Security Website Security Statistics Report, offering a one-of-a-kind perspective on the state of website security.
WhiteHat's highly accurate vulnerability information combined with an open API makes WhiteHat Sentinel the only website risk management solution to provide reliable and precise website vulnerability data that can be shared and practically employed within an organization.
WhiteHat Security, Santa Clara, Calif., a provider of website vulnerability management services, has released the second installment of its Web Application Security Risk Report, which details 15 months of vulnerability assessment data across a variety of real- world websites.
WhiteHat Security, Santa Clara, Calif., a leading provider of website risk management solutions, has announced the success of its 2009 channel program, demonstrated by channel bookings growth of 260 percent over 2008.
WhiteHat Security, Santa Clara, Calif., a leading provider of website security services, has announced WhiteHat Sentinel Service exceeds the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council (SSC) Data Security Standard (DSS) Requirement 6.6, which was clarified, posted and made publicly available.