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Managing the AppSec Toolstack

Application security should be a critical part of the DevOps process, as these days even the smallest vulnerability can wreak major havoc should they lead to failures or data breaches. As a result, however, application security and vulnerability scanning tools abound for every step of the software development life cycle, which means more tools to...

Myth Busting in Application Security

There are a lot of myths in application security. By partnering with developers, Target has busted several common security myths and proved that an effective security program can take a different approach. This session will describe how to successfully implement a “credit score” to security measurement practices, build an exclusive security champions program, and stop...

Diving Into the Evil internet – Vulnerability Prioritization Through the Eyes of Hackers

It’s a fact: software development teams are constantly bombarded with an increasingly high number of security alerts. Since fixing all vulnerabilities is unrealistic, it’s imperative that teams find a method to zero in on the security vulnerabilities that matter. The key: prioritization. But, there’s a big question: Which is the best way to prioritize? There...

Leading the Transformation

Digital transformation has been occurring in organizations of all sizes for the past few years, yet the process isn’t moving fast enough to move the needle in many companies. How can DevOps help increase the velocity and impact of digital transformation? This panel webinar discusses the relationship between DevOps and digital transformation and ways organizations...

AppSec: Pushing Left, Like a Boss

With incident response and penetration testing currently receiving most of our application security dollars, it would appear that industry has decided to treat the symptom instead of the disease. “Pushing left” refers to starting security earlier in the SDLC; addressing the problem throughout the process. From scanning your code with a vulnerability scanner to red...

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