…e company to build value while listening to customers — and improving the product at the same time. “We had this mantra, which was ‘Let’s make good decisions today, so that at the end of the day, when we go home, the company is more valuable than it was at the beginning of the day.’” That focus on value, Walske says, led directly to PTC’s strong sales force.
…rime syndicate or rogue state to intercept all secrets being used by the Cloud-Native applications. The security implication of revealing such secrets ranges from the relatively low impact of an attacker revealing a username and password for a low importance system, rising with gaining access to admin credentials, API tokens, leaking personally identifiable information, harvesting private encryption keys, and lastly obtaining biometric identification information (i.e. fingerprint or iris scan), that is impossible to revoke, and the impact of revealing it is life-long.
…hey typically have to work with a variety of secrets such as database credentials and session keys. Applications access and use secrets in several instances, yet maintaining the security of secrets remains problematic. For example: hard-coded into the source code, entered via the command-line, obtained from a configuration file, received from environment variables, via user-provided services or by mounted volumes.
When a development team is building an application, they typically have to work with a variety of secrets such as database credentials and session keys. Applications access and use secrets in several instances, yet maintaining the security of secrets r…