Author - Nada Ramzy

Technical Skills Every Software Tester Should Master

DevOps has gained popularity as a methodology, and the modern software development cycle includes real-time updates and modifications, making testing an ongoing task. In order to deal with rapid product releases, contemporary QA trends emphasize the usage of low-code/no-code testing solutions and CI/CD tools. The technical proficiency of testers must be improved, and they must...

How is DevOps accelerated by low-code test automation?

Testing and coding are two distinct phases that are interdependent. As a result, if one sector is to advance, the other must as well. A "low-code" application development platform has been hailed by the development community for more than a decade. So, how's it doing for the testing community? Trailblazers in the software business use automation...

API Testing

As part of QA testing, API testing is one of the most challenging yet important processes in software development. API testing has numerous advantages since it can be complex, and it typically relies on protocols and standards that are difficult to locate in other types of testing. QA testers must use API testing methodology to...

Getting Start with Penetration Testing

What Is Penetration Testing? Penetration testing is the technique of checking and testing an organization's network, servers, and services for probable flaws and vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit. White hat penetration testers are a type of penetration tester. They hack in an ethical manner, inflicting no damage to the computer system, thereby enhancing your organization's...

Regression Testing in an Agile Environment

The Bloomberg Airport terminal in London was destroyed.The world's largest coffeehouse chain was forced to close stores in the United States.The launch of a $1.2 billion military satellite was aborted. Surprisingly, all of these mishaps have one thing in common: a software bug that causes product failure. IT spending on enterprise software is expected to total...

What’s Multifactor Authentication?

Passwords, as you may know, are one of the most commonly used security mechanisms for securing a device. To secure our systems, we employ a variety of passwords. However, in today's network world, passwords are vulnerable to attack. Additional security measures are required. This is accomplished through the use of multifactor authentication. So, what...

Blockchain Technology Could Impact Mobile Application Security

Even the world's largest corporations can be brought down by a single successful cyberattack. A data breach can result in significant financial losses as well as damage to your brand's reputation. It can also lead to valuable information being lost and mishandled, which is bad for both you and your customers. In the public eye...

Getting a Security Roadmap: The Zero Trust Approach

1. Understand why you need a Security Roadmap  A well-thought-out Security Roadmap can help you stop reacting and instead take a proactive approach to IT security. By aligning your security processes with your company's goals and objectives, you may improve your overall security posture. They offer you a sense of where you are right now. This...

Trends in Software Test Automation

Cloud-based Testing:  In the coming years, cloud infrastructure testing will be critical, and most businesses will welcome it. Cloud infrastructure testing has grown significantly in the Covid era, implying that testing may be done in a remote environment without a large fleet of on-premises hardware or virtual machines. According to Gartner, worldwide end-user spending on...

A Complete Guide to DevSecOps: What, Why, and How

DevOps adoption, if done correctly, should yield positive effects for any company, including improved team cooperation, shorter time to market, increased overall productivity, and increased customer happiness, to mention a few. But what good will all of these advantages do for your organization if security isn't a top priority? Trying to push water uphill with...