RJ Gazarek is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Veracode, working as part of the product strategy team on the Software Composition Analysis and Greenlight product lines. Combining 10 years of Marketing experience, an education in Psychology, and a personal background in IT, RJ brings a unique perspective to the cybersecurity market. His job is to be the voice of Veracode's customers, while keeping a pulse on the rapidly changing market for application security.
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- April 1, 2019 | By RJ Gazarek
Before customers buy from you, they ask “Can you prove that your application is secure, and that you will protect our data if we give it to you?” Companies around the world struggle to answer this question, especially with the advancement of DevOps and rapid changes/deployment of applications into…Read Article
- March 8, 2019 | By RJ Gazarek
At one of the keynote addresses at RSA, the opening speaker asked that everyone who identifies as a woman in the audience stand up. It was amazing to see how many women there were at the conference, but we have a long way to go. Veracode has an incredibly diverse employee base, which makes working…Read Article
- March 7, 2019 | By RJ Gazarek
A big theme throughout RSA this year, from the keynote to vendor booths, is the power that artificial intelligence can bring to the security world. While we do leverage machine learning at Veracode to better our vulnerability database, we thought it would be a lot more fun to bring a different form…Read Article
- February 27, 2019 | By RJ Gazarek
Veracode Software Composition Analysis now also scans Docker containers and images to find vulnerabilities associated with open source libraries as dependencies of the base OS image and globally installed packages. If you’re interested in understanding how containers work, the different components…Read Article
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