JumpWire Engineering Blog
Security doesn't have to live in applications directly, often the best defenses come from how application architecture is designed. In this post, we highlight the API gateway as an architecture layer that creates defense in depth and helps to mitigate application security failures.
In part two of our series on securing serverless, we show how to protect data that needs to be used by a backend, either in queries or application business logic. These are scenarios where decrypting the data before processing is too much overhead, and limits the ability to use the database engine for computation.
This post describes how to use Svelte as a standalone app, outside of the full-fledged app framework SvelteKit. The framework brings a lot of benefits, such as routing and SSR, but often a setup using a lightweight server backend such as node is better for simple projects.
A discussion of early company building that lays out a framework for investing in security that is not reactive to customer inquiries, audits or incidents.