category: security

  • Creating Secure Smart Contracts for the Blockchain
    Oct 31, 2022 Written by Mike Dougherty

    As a software company that specializes in modernization projects, helping teams guard against security vulnerabilities is a big part of our work. Most people think this work only applies to large legacy systems that are running Java Enterprise or .NET. While we definitely work on those projects, security vulnerabilities can creep in on even the newest of projects.

  • Checking in on the Digital Geneva Convention
    Oct 18, 2022 Written by M. Scott Ford

    Around 5 years ago, I wrote an article asking folks to stop treating digital weapons like biological weapons. In that article, I mentioned efforts by Microsoft to create a Digital Geneva Convention. I’d like to take a few moments to follow up on those efforts.

  • Part One, Python 2 Sunsetting What Does This Mean for Your Business?
    Oct 5, 2020 Written by Melissa Todd

    By now we're sure that you've heard that the Python programming language is undergoing some big changes. It's true the developers who created Python 2 are no longer supporting that version of the language as of January 1st, 2020. Yes, nine months ago! They are encouraging everyone to upgrade to Python 3 but what does this mean for your business?

  • Stop Treating Digital Weapons Like Biological Weapons
    May 15, 2017 Written by M. Scott Ford

    Our Chief Code Whisperer, M. Scott Ford, shares his thoughts about the WannaCry/WannaCrypt malware and reinforces a call for a Digital Geneva Convention.