Brittany is the Product Marketing Manager for Veracode Static Analysis, Mobile Analysis, and Platform. She is passionate about helping developers and security professionals navigate emerging threats, regulations and security trends to help organizations and their applications thrive in today’s complex digital world. Before joining Veracode, she worked in various roles at RSA and IBM Security globally with the mission to support customers raise their security posture. At heart, Brittany remains a lover of people and culture. She cherishes exploring new places and helping those in need.
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- February 19, 2021 | By Brittany O'Shea
Over the past several months, many organizations have had to shift their operations to a fully digital platform. This sudden shift was more challenging for some industries, like government, than other industries, like technology. And aside from having to adapt to fully remote operations, many…Read Article
- February 5, 2021 | By Brittany O'Shea
A joint blog post from Veracode and ThreadFix When it comes to maturing an AppSec program, there are several best practices that can help you get started. In part two of our AppSec podcast series, Tim Jarrett, Director of Product Management at Veracode, and Kyle Pippin, Director of Product…Read Article
- February 13, 2020 | By Brittany O'Shea
Across the thousands of customer conversations we have each year, one theme continues to emerge regardless of industry, size, or geography: the pace of development is accelerating rapidly, and the pressure to innovate quickly is more intense than ever before. Veracode’s customers are not alone. A…Read Article
- May 1, 2019 | By Brittany O'Shea
When considering new language support, we think about our customers’ existing technology stacks and the new and emerging languages that will enable them to securely bring innovations to market faster. With this in mind, we recently added support for Apex, Go, and PLSQL: Apex, a Salesforce.com…Read Article
- January 18, 2019 | By Brittany O'Shea
Today, PCI shared its new Software Security Framework. PCI describes this framework as “a collection of software security standards and associated validation and listing programs for the secure design, development and maintenance of modern payment software.” The framework includes two standards for…Read Article
- March 6, 2018 | By Brittany O'Shea
The discussion surrounding which is superior – binary or source code scanning – has plagued the static analysis market since its inception. A source code scanner analyzes un-compiled code, whereas a binary scanner analyzes compiled code, but in the end, the result is the same. They are simply two…Read Article
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