September 3 2019
In application security, as in most aspects of life, there are best practices, and then there are the practicalities. You might know what good application security looks like, but what if you don’t have the resources, the staff, or the executive support to get there? The good news is that something is better than nothing; a few first steps will make a measurable impact on your risk level, and give you solid results to make a case for your program. Join our virtual summit where we will outline both what to strive for in application security, plus where to start.
Learning about application security best practices can seem overwhelming, but you won’t get anywhere without a first step – and even small incremental steps will make a big difference. Our sessions during this virtual summit will cover both what to strive for in your application security program, and where to start.
Chris KirchDirector, Product Marketing
Bipin MistryDirector, Product Management
Amy DeMartineVP, Research Director | Forrester Research
Ryan O’BoylePrincipal Security Researcher
Javier PerezDirector of Product Management, Veracode
Veracode is a leading provider of enterprise-class application security, seamlessly integrating agile security solutions for organizations around the globe. In addition to application security services and secure devops services, Veracode provides a full security assessment to ensure your website and applications are secure, and ensures full enterprise data protection. Application protection services from Veracode include white box testing, and mobile application security testing, with customized solutions that eliminate vulnerabilities at all points along the development life cycle.
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