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  • Wie rechtfertigen Sie die Kosten eines AppSec-Programms?
    Wie rechtfertigen Sie die Kosten eines AppSec-Programms?
    Julian Totzek-Hallhuber, Principal Solutions Architect at Veracode Recorded: Dec 18 2018 42 mins
    Traditionell haben die meisten Führungskräfte die IT Sicherheit als notwendiges Übel betrachtet - eine Investition, die nur erforderlich war, um ein schlechtes Ergebnis zu vermeiden, aber nicht als etwas, das neue Kunden einbringen oder den Umsatz steigern würde. Aber das scheint sich zu ändern. Wir stellen zunehmend fest, dass die Erstellung sicherer Software zu einem Wettbewerbsvorteil führt und das Endergebnis steigert.

    Dieses Webinar, das von Julian Totzek-Hallhuber - Principal Solutions Architect bei Veracode gehalten wird, hilft Ihnen dabei, AppSec zu unterstützen. Durch die Darstellung des möglichen ROI einer Cloud-basierten Anwendungssicherheitslösung, die in den Softwareentwicklungslebenszyklus integriert ist, stellen wir Ihnen die Tools zur Verfügung, die Sie zur Erstellung Ihres C-Level-Pitch benötigen.
  • The State of DevSecOps - Featuring Amy DeMartine of Forrester Research
    The State of DevSecOps - Featuring Amy DeMartine of Forrester Research
    Chris Eng, Veracode Vice President of Research and guest, Forrester Research Principal Analyst Amy DeMartine Recorded: Dec 13 2018 57 mins
    In our recent State of Software Security Volume 9 report, Veracode examined fix rates across 2 trillion lines of code shows that the number of vulnerable applications remains staggeringly high. More than 85 percent of all applications contain at least one vulnerability following the first scan, and more than 13 percent of applications contain at least one very high severity flaw.

    One thing is certain: the sheer volume of vulnerabilities present in most organizations’ application portfolios makes it necessary for them to make daily tradeoffs between security, practicality, and speed.

    There are just too many vulnerabilities for organizations to tackle all at once, which means it requires smart prioritization to close the riskiest vulnerabilities first. For the first time, our report shows a very strong correlation between high rates of security scanning and lower long-term application risks, which we believe presents a significant piece of evidence for the efficacy of DevSecOps. In fact, the most active DevSecOps programs fix flaws more than 11.5 times faster than the typical organization, due to ongoing security checks during continuous delivery of software builds, largely the result of increased code scanning.

    Join guest presenter Amy DeMartine, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research Inc., and Veracode’s Chris Eng as they deliver valuable takeaways for business leaders, security practitioners and development teams seeking to secure their applications. Listeners will learn potential prioritizations and software development methods that could help their organizations reduce risk more quickly.
  • The Front Lines: How One Company Systematically Mitigates Their Open Source Risk
    The Front Lines: How One Company Systematically Mitigates Their Open Source Risk
    Mark Curphey, VP of Strategy, Veracode Recorded: Dec 12 2018 47 mins
    It’s one thing to simply talk about the pervasiveness of open source risk. What do you do when your leadership team wants you to actually take action? Where do you start? How do you even begin to inventory the seemingly insurmountable amount of open source libraries deployed across your entire application infrastructure? It takes a systematic approach to identifying vulnerable open source libraries – a system that requires multiple stakeholders across various functional groups including security, development, and sometimes your legal and vendor management teams.

    Join Mark Curphy, VP of Strategy at Veracode, as he interviews a customer to discuss how they were successful in implementing a scalable security program to effectively tackle the problem of open source risk. You’ll get real insights from an industry practitioner about how to recognise harmful third party libraries, establish an open source software security policy, and communicate security requirements to the team at large.
  • Illustrating the Systemic Risk Caused by Open Source Library Use
    Illustrating the Systemic Risk Caused by Open Source Library Use
    Tim Jarrett, Senior Director of Enterprise Security Strategy, Veracode Recorded: Dec 12 2018 48 mins
    How far-reaching is a vulnerability in one open source component? We recently took a closer look at one vulnerable component to find out. We followed the path of one component library -- Apache Commons Collection (or ACC) that contained a serious vulnerability. We traced all the other libraries ACC touched and, in turn, made vulnerable. In the end, we found its vulnerability had spread to an astounding 80,323 additional components.

    Attend this session to follow the path of this vulnerability and get a clear picture of exactly how and why open source libraries can pose such significant risk, and how to use and manage them in a secure way.
  • Why Is Open Source Use Risky?
    Why Is Open Source Use Risky?
    Adrian Lane, Analysis, Securosis Recorded: Dec 12 2018 43 mins
    When software development moves at the speed of DevOps, creating every line of code from scratch is simply not feasible. In turn, most development shops are increasingly relying on open source libraries to supplement their code.

    The use of these open source libraries is not in itself a bad thing, on the contrary, it’s best practice, and not taking advantage of this code would put your organization at a competitive disadvantage. The risky part lies with the visibility. What happens when it’s revealed that an open source library contains a major vulnerability? Would you know if you are using that library? What about where or how you are using it? Could you find out fast enough to patch it? Attend this session to get up to speed on open source library use, including its risks and best practices.
  • Dissecting XSS Flaw In Commercial Code: Why Open Source Isn't Your Only Concern
    Dissecting XSS Flaw In Commercial Code: Why Open Source Isn't Your Only Concern
    Matt Runkle, Application Security Consultant, Veracode Recorded: Dec 11 2018 49 mins
    It’s no secret that open source security is a hotly debated topic. However it’s important to keep in mind that commercially licensed third-party software carries much of the same risk as open source software. While helping a customer attain a Verified certification, one of Veracode’s application security consultants uncovered a cross-site scripting flaw in the popular Telerik Reporting project. The flaw has since been patched but it’s these types of unknown risks that organizations take when introducing third party code into their environment.

    During this talk, you’ll hear from Matt Runkle, the AppSec Consultant who uncovered the XSS flaw, to get insight into the mind of a hacker and hear how vulnerabilities like XSS are commonly exploited in third party software and how you can take action to prevent attacks like this in your own environment.
  • How to Ensure Your Applications are Secure by Design
    How to Ensure Your Applications are Secure by Design
    Chris Wysopal, Co-Founder and CTO, Veracode Recorded: Dec 11 2018 46 mins
    As software becomes a bigger component of the value delivered by companies in every industry, it’s no exaggeration to say that every company is becoming a software company.

    We find our customers pushing the envelope on how to tool up their internal software factory to make software better, faster and more efficiently. By necessity, software is more often assembled than it is created from scratch, as developers are more frequently incorporating open source libraries to speed up time-to-market. But as open source libraries increase, so do the number of vulnerabilities, resulting in increased risk.

    In this session, Veracode CTO Chris Wysopal talks about what it means to be secure by design, and why businesses need to focus on prevention. The days of detect-and-respond tactics are a thing of the past – we’re living in an age when the attacks will happen before you have the time to find and respond to them. Attendees will also learn about why an application security program is imperative to data protection, how to mitigate open source risk and ensure secure coding practices are in place to prove that security is a top priority for your organisation.
  • Trends in the Industry: Setting the Stage on Open Source Trends
    Trends in the Industry: Setting the Stage on Open Source Trends
    Mark Curphey, VP of Strategy, Veracode Recorded: Dec 11 2018 42 mins
    Open source is here to stay. Iconic brands like Google, Facebook, and Twitter have pioneered the practice of building their platforms on a core of code that is shared with the public and free for anyone to use. Rather than build applications from scratch, today’s developers first look to third-party code to kick start their innovation in the form of open source libraries. Unfortunately, reusable code also means reusable vulnerabilities, and the bad guys are increasingly turning to attacking open-source. In a recent study by Veracode, a whopping 88% of Java applications had at least one flaw in an open-source library, leaving application security managers faced with the challenging question: how can we keep innovating quickly without introducing vulnerabilities into our code base?

    The solution is multi-faceted – part education, part technology, part process change. Join us for our Virtual Summit, The Open Source Conundrum: Managing your Risk, as we dig into all the pieces of this solution.
  • Secure By Design: Ensuring That Security Is Built In
    Secure By Design: Ensuring That Security Is Built In
    Chris Wysopal, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder at CA Veracode Recorded: Dec 10 2018 45 mins
    As software becomes a bigger component of the value delivered by companies in every industry, it is no exaggeration to say that every company is becoming a software company that is competing with software.

    Companies are pushing the envelope on how to tool up their internal software factory to make software better, faster and more efficiently. By necessity, developers more often assemble software than create it from scratch, as they are more frequently incorporating open source libraries to speed up time-to-market. However, as open source libraries increase, so do the number of vulnerabilities, resulting in increased risk.

    In this session, Chris Wysopal, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder at CA Veracode discusses what it means to build software secure by design. He will describe how to build a software development process that has continuous security, is measurable, and is transparent.
  • Prove your company’s secure software practices with Veracode Verified
    Prove your company’s secure software practices with Veracode Verified
    Asha May, Customer Engagement, Veracode and Scott Mitchell, Security Architect, Blue Prism Recorded: Nov 28 2018 45 mins
    According to IDG, 84% of surveyed IT Leaders agree that their companies are concerned about the potential data security risk posed by third-party applications. How can companies assure customers that they will protect their critical data while maintaining a competitive advantage in the market?

    Join Asha May, Director Customer Engagement at Veracode as she provides an overview and latest highlights of how the Verified program has been helping our customers provide third party software assurance. Learn how Veracode works with software providers to:

    •Meet the demands of customers looking for proof that your software is secure
    •Provide a path to maturing their AppSec program
    •Help defend their AppSec budget by showing the value and adoption it brings
    •Verify the secure development process around an application by focusing on continuous AppSec integrated into development
    •Make their secure software a competitive advantage in a tightening market

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