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The financial sector is about 300 times more vulnerable to cyber-attacks than other sectors. By conducting regular security checks, banks can identify and fix vulnerabilities before they are exploited.
Companies are breaking traditional patterns in terms of software delivery. The need to deliver faster and more frequently contrasts with thoroughly tested software that follows a certain timeline. That's why we offer you flex testing. Expertise in small doses when needed.
At Brightest, we always seek to improve. That’s why we care about feedback (both giving and receiving). One of our main sources of employee feedback is our Bright Survey.
We want to take a moment to share our thoughts and insights from the recent BrightNight session, where we delved into the world of software testing in the era of AI. As individuals who have spent years as quality and test managers, we couldn't help but be intrigued by, and also doubt, the potential impact of AI in our field.
Read this recap of the security session during our BrightNight here. During this session, Stijn Jans from Intigriti talks about how we are all hackers. He also discusses the difference between penetration testing and crowd hacking.
You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t ventured into the realms of artificial intelligence nowadays. Knowingly or otherwise. It’s fast becoming ubiquitous, and it’s a tool we’ll have to learn to integrate into our daily lives, both personally and professionally. But how secure and reliable are AIs, and their underlying LLMs (large language models)?
You should not over engineer a complex process or implement 'the best' (and usually most expensive) tools. However, you still need a process and preferably a test management tool when you want to measure the quality of your product. Sometimes we get the opportunity to help a customer in selecting a test management tool. Find out how we do it here.