Web application security is becoming increasingly complex due to the continuously evolving threat landscape, the diverse nature of web applications, and the broad range of systems needed to manage security.
Qualys simplifies web app security with an end-to-end solution.
During this webcast, presenters Vikas Phonsa and Frank Catucci will show you how you can:
* Scan your apps using Qualys Web Application Scanning (WAS)
* Deploy one-click virtual patches for detected vulnerabilities in Qualys Web Application Firewall (WAF)
* Manage it all from a centralized, cloud-based portal
This webcast will include a live Q&A session.
For organizations around the world, attacks on web applications are quickly becoming the main source of data loss. As the proliferation of IoT devices complicates the web app security landscape, security teams must engage with key app development counterparts to better secure apps across new types of devices, without slowing rapid DevOps methods or adding InfoSec strain.
During this webcast, guest speakers Amy DeMartine, Principal Analyst at Forrester, and Jason Kent, VP of Web Application Security at Qualys will cover how you can:
- Secure apps at the speed of DevOps
- Utilize web security and infrastructure security assessment practices in the age of IoT
- Mitigate the risk presented by the new IoT attack surface with the help of automated testing tools and DevSecOps collaboration
This webcast will include a Q&A session with our speakers.
Learn how Qualys can help you implement web application security throughout your systems development lifecycle (SDLC), so you can:
> Perform comprehensive, accurate scans — across all of development and deployment stages
> Block attacks — and control where and when your applications are accessed
> Prevent data breaches — and disclosure of sensitive information
Recent security research shows that web applications are one of the primary attack vectors involved in data breaches. Virtually every web application on the Internet will inevitably be targeted and therefore organizations need an easy to use, accurate and scalable solution to identify web application vulnerabilities before their adversaries exploit them.
Join us to learn how Qualys WAS 4.0 with Progressive Scanning provides organizations like ThousandEyes with powerful new capabilities to enhance testing coverage and provide flexible scan scheduling, reducing the burden on understaffed IT security teams.
Vulnerabilities like Shellshock can expose unauthenticated attack vectors and increase risk to your organization—especially if you can’t fully assess your web applications. Understanding where and how attackers break in can help you eliminate – and prevent – problems in your own apps.
In this webcast, learn how to increase security with an automated process for testing web applications for vulnerabilities. Join us as we go inside a web app scanner during a live simulated attack to see how the scanner can:
•Probe the application for vulnerabilities such as Shellshock—showing the types of problems scanners look for
•Exploit weaknesses that are found—revealing how attackers use those to break in
•Suggests steps for fixing the problem—increasing app and organizational security
Watch this replay to learn how you can grow your business using SAP HANA Cloud Platform to embed advanced analytics into your solutions, allowing you to identify, combine, and manage multiple sources of data and build advanced analytics models within your business applications for personalized, contextual, real-time apps
SAP Web IDE is an extensible cloud-based development environment with a growing set of embedded tools covering the end-to-end development process. With it, you can rapidly design, build, and deploy SAP Fiori applications based on SAPUI5. The new Hybrid Application Toolkit plugin enables development and deployment of hybrid apps.
This webcast will review recently published web application threat intelligence from IBM, Verizon and Symantec to provide a current view of the web application threat landscape. The changing methods and motives of attackers will be reviewed as will the best practice methods for detecting and defending against the risks these threats represent.
> Find out how web application attacker's methods and motives are changing from recently published threat intelligence.
> Gain insight into the trends that are exposed by breach investigations.
> Learn how to detect and defend against the most common and risky web application attacks.
30 percent of travel industry website visitors are unsavory competitors, hackers, spammers, and fraudsters. Fact is, travel suppliers, OTAs, and meta search sites are all being scraped by bots which hurts their marketing metrics, SEO, website performance, and customer loyalty.
To help travel technologists and marketers better understand the keys to web security, Skift and Distil Networks hosted this webinar.
In this webinar we will take you through the web security attack trends for 2014 and provide some remediation advice and tips for better security.Read more >
Think your Web Application Firewall is ready for the next bot attack?
Think again. Meet John Stauffacher – a world renowned expert in web application security, and the author of Web Application Firewalls: A Practical Approach. John is a certified Network Security and Engineering specialist with over 17 years of experience in IT Security.
But wait… are WAFs the best approach for defending your website against malicious bots? Rami Essaid, Co-Founder and CEO of Distil Networks, doesn’t think so and he’s challenged John to a lab test to prove it. Who will win the battle of the bots? Watch to find out!
•How to optimize your WAF for bot detection and mitigation
•Why whitelisting is always better than blacklisting
•WAF best practices plus the one thing you should never do
•Optimizing web application security based on your vulnerability profile
Watch this webinar and learn practical tips on how to defend your web infrastructure against the OWASP Top 10 as well as brute force attacks, web scraping, unauthorized vulnerability scans, fraud, spam and man-in-the-middle attacks.
In this webinar we take a look at some of the common attacks seen against web applications and look to innovative ways for remediation and defence in depth strategies that take the pain out of protecting applications on the internet.Read more >
Understanding where and how attackers go about breaking into web applications can help you eliminate and prevent problems in your own apps.
In this webcast, we take you inside a web app scanner and show you how it simulates attacks used by hackers. You'll learn what types of problems scanners look for and how thieves use those problems to break into your apps.
We perform a live attack on a target application and uncover the details of how the scanner:
- Probes the application for vulnerabilities
- Exploits weaknesses that are found
- Suggests steps for fixing the problem
You'll see why an automated process for testing web applications for vulnerabilities can make your applications and your business safer.
During every hour of every day, cyber criminals launch web application attacks that silently bypass traditional perimeter controls. They use millions of stolen user credentials to take over web application accounts, access sensitive applications, steal confidential data, and conduct fraudulent transactions. Stop account takeover attacks, right in their tracks. Join Imperva and (ISC)2 on April 21, 2016, at 1:00 PM Eastern for the second part of a three-part Security Briefing series where we’ll examine the types of automated attacks that impact business operations today and the importance of globally, crowd-sourced threat intelligence to defend against such threats.Read more >
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Recruiting has become complex beyond belief. See how Jobs2web helps take the guesswork out of recruiting. Simplify your route to better talent! Find Better, Engage Better and Know Better with Jobs2web.Read more >
We discussed Web Application Testing. Web applications provide a vulnerable window into internal enterprises. These applications often process and use poorly validated input. This presentation discusses methodologies to identify and exploit such vulnerabilities within the applications.
The target audience for this talk ranges from those with limited prior knowledge of web application testing to those with a moderate understanding.
Mr. Ben Pick has 8 years of security and development experience including vulnerability assessments of web and mobile applications, analyzing source code for security risks, and configuring architecture to monitor systems for anomalous activities. For the past few years, Ben has worked to incorporate security into DevOps environments by merging security tools within the software development lifecycle. This includes automating static code analysis and vulnerability tools on development environments which act as supplemental resources for manual tests.
Come join a discussion with two industry leaders in the converging worlds of Dark Web Scanning and Artificial Intelligence. Learn how Intelligent agents can work from your desktop to scan the dark web for your stolen data.Read more >
This webinar gives practical advice for supporting HTTP/2 implementation and shares the experiences of the Financial Times, who have already been through the process.Read more >
Looking for a consolidated solution to find, secure, and monitor all of your web applications?
Join this 20 minute webinar to see how Veracode can help you easily track and inventory all of your external web applications with the ability to scan and scale on thousands of sites in parallel to find critical vulnerabilities and prioritize your biggest risks.
Learn how to leverage technologies such as Veracode Web Application Scanning which enable teams to discover and address vulnerabilities during the production and pre-production phases of the software development lifecycle (SDLC). As one of the multiple scanning technologies Veracode offers on a single platform, your organization can systematically reduce risk while continuously monitoring your security posture.
Web scraping - the process of using bots to systematically lift content from a website - is either loved or hated. Startups love it because it’s a cheap and powerful way to gather data without the need for partnerships. Large companies use web scraping to gain competitive intelligence, but try to block others from doing the same. However, new legislation and high profile court cases have called into question the legality of web scraping.
In this lively conversation, diverse panelists will discuss the origin of web scraping, the changing legal landscape, and the legal and technical best practices for protecting your website content.
In a recent study by Dimensional Research of 1,011 development and QA professionals, almost every survey respondent cited that application quality is important, with 84% believing it is very or critically important. Despite this, findings revealed that 94% of teams still face challenges when it comes to conducting adequate QA.
Join us to learn why organizations must prioritize automated testing and QA practices to deliver high-quality applications and increase customer satisfaction.
What You’ll Learn:
- The latest trends, challenges, and technologies in web application testing
- What’s holding companies back from delivering higher quality applications
- The frequency and impact of web application issues – 98% say quality issues have direct business impact
- Investment strategies for delivering higher quality applications – 73% plan to increase their investment in testing within the coming year
In Spring Framework 5.0, we introduced a new, functional web framework, next to the existing annotation-driven programming model. In this talk, we will discuss this new framework: how it is used, what its goals are, how it compares to the annotation model, and other related topics.Read more >