Security pros and developers often use insecure apps to teach or demonstrate application vulnerabilities. The main activity is 'hacking' or showing how exploiting a given vulnerability works. WebGoat was (as far as we know) the first purposely insecure app for teaching web application security. Many other goats' can have also come about and now we even have a Juice Shop. Until now, there is no purposely secure [example] application for developers to model from. So, let's work with what we have and pull out some some secure coding and secure SDLC lessons from the insecure applications.Read more >
Let’s face it. Not all enterprise applications are born for Agile delivery. Organizations will have mission critical applications that are updated infrequently and will continue using waterfall development methodologies. “Why change when it is working well?” say customers. The question then becomes – Will your businesses be able to plan/build/test/track across an enterprise application portfolio for agile and non-agile teams?
Join us in this webinar, as we talk about balancing the needs of legacy and digital first applications, and what true hybrid application development means to your complex application portfolio.
Learn how to adapt the core ideas in the classic 12-factor application model to a modern microservices architecture optimized for continuous delivery.
More specifically, join this webinar to learn:
- The history of the 12-factor app and the problems it solves
- Industry changes that have happened since the 12-factor app was introduced
- What each of the current 12 factors are
- How each of the 12 factors needs to be updated to fit microservice needs
Modern application development and maintenance using microservices architecture, containerized infrastructure, and DevOps principles is much more effective than legacy methods.
In this webinar learn how to modernize an existing legacy application to a modern platform like WildFly Swarm on Red Hat® OpenShift Container Platform, using modern development processes with pipeline development
Software is increasingly the lifeblood of every organization. We are faced with managing the rapid proliferation of web applications and services on which they rely to run their business. The mainstream nature of APIs, standalone and behind web apps, and DevSecOps practices are dramatically changing the potential attack surface for hackers and other threats.
Watch this webinar to hear more about these trends and assess how you need to work within your organization to ensure the security of your application. Specific topics to be discussed include:
•Single Page App-ish (SPA) Architecture to rule enterprise web apps
•Rise of DevSecOps and how its practices demand even faster performance and security testing cycles
•Standalone APIs are valuable attack surface for hackers
Successful organizations are aggressively adopting a new paradigm of application development – leveraging a cloud-first approach. This opens up opportunities for new business models and customer touch-points, delivering a positive impact on their ability to innovate at speed and differentiate from competition.
In this webinar, we will discuss building applications in the cloud, the various approaches and the effect this has on the business.
This webinar will introduce you to one of the most devastating ways to cause service instability in modern micro-service architectures: application DDoS. Unlike traditional network DDoS that focuses on network pipes and edge resources, this talk focuses on identifying and targeting expensive calls within a micro-services architecture, using their complex interconnected relationships to cause the system to attack itself — with massive effect.Read more >
In today’s world, mission-critical business databases and applications from Oracle® provide essential value for companies of all sizes. Two primary issues arise from this dependence on Oracle:
1) Oracle infrastructure can be very complex
2) Oracle software licensing is expensive – often more than the entire cost of the infrastructure that supports it.
Watch the webinar to optimize your Oracle licensing for maximum value, through virtualization and cloud technology, and minimum footprint.
Proper implementation and management of Application Security Testing (AST) can reduce costs and boost effectiveness of your application security strategy.Read more >
The race is on to attract fickle customers and what we have learned from digital disruptors is that the company that delivers the great customer experience first usually wins. Application developers are developing code at ever faster speeds to create these digital experiences that have ever rising expectations.
But these new release speeds often leave the infrastructure and operations teams scrambling to adjust. This presentation discusses the findings of a January 2017 study commissioned by HPE and conducted by Forrester Consulting on the obstacles organizations face in delivering high-quality solutions at speed, and how they are overcoming them.
Avi Networks has launched a new intelligent web application firewall (iWAF) that performs 50X faster than legacy appliances, processing hundreds of Gbps of throughput and over a million transactions per second. As a software-only solution, iWAF operates as a centrally managed fabric across data centers, private clouds, and public clouds. Register for this webinar to learn about the unique capabilities of Avi Networks’ iWAF include:
Highest-performance web application security
● Elastic, automatic scale-out across data centers and clouds
● Scalable per-application deployments allow each mission-critical app to get its own WAF
Analytics-driven, accurate security policies
● Real-time security insights eliminate false positives
● Visual policy checks prior to enforcement
Central, simplified policy management
● Central management and automation of all distributed iWAF instances
● Point-and-click policy configurations, with pre-defined templates for OWASP Core Rule Set
Thanks for your interest in our webcast where we will be discussing how to secure applications that rely on third-party and open source software.
Aside from the data they collect, create, and store, applications can oftentimes be an organization's greatest digital asset. Building custom applications to match the customer and market demands mapped to revenue objectives and available resources can be tremendously rewarding, but also a potentially-huge undertaking.
Ultimately, time to market is always a factor ... a requirement that almost always wins out over security. One way to tackle the time and effort to deliver more quickly is to leverage third party and open source components. But, do these elements save you in the long run - or do they introduce more risk in the form of potential vulnerabilities that are either not easily uncovered (at best) or not easily patched (if patchable at all)?
To answer these questions and more, we've pulled together a group of experts that deal with these challenges on a daily basis. During their conversation, webinar attendees will learn:
- What the value of open source software (OSS) is
- What are some common cases where open source software is utilized in today's applications
- What are the security risks and pitfalls when using OSS
- A view into a few case studies for companies that have fallen victim to the risks of using OSS
- How have companies identified and mitigated the risks associates with the OSS component, Struts
- How to tune the secure software development lifecycle (SSDLC) to account for the use of open source software
Remember, when you register for this expert webcast you will also receive a download link for a new white paper titled "Application Security in an Open Source World."
Sean Martin, Editor-in-Chief, ITSPmagazine
Kunal Anand, Co-Founder and CTO, Prevoty
Rob McCurdy, CIO, MSU
Nate Smolenski, CVP, New York Life
Andy Wickersham, AppSec Leader, Fortune 100 Co.
Over time, every IT portfolio gets bogged down in the chaos of servers, platforms and software built on disparate architectures and aging technology not designed for cloud-native development. Legacy systems slowly eat away at returns, reduce the ability to respond to shifting demands, and limit how quickly companies can scale to meet new market opportunities.
By modernizing the IT landscape you already have you can reboot your portfolio for greater agility, reduced costs and operational excellence, freeing up your time and money to focus on innovation and not implementation.
You will learn how to:
-Proactively increase IT infrastructure performance and agility to meet scaling demands
-Eliminate reliance on legacy systems and associated risks
-Significantly reduce operational cost of IT infrastructure
-Improve enterprise governance and compliance by implementing business rules.
-"Future proof” your applications by incorporating business rules as a microservice.
Julie Craig, research director from leading IT analyst firm Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), provides a top five list of hints and tips for you to consider when building your DevOps and Continuous Delivery strategy.
Watch this complimentary webinar to learn about:
- Establishing a culture for DevOps within your business
- Breaking down the barriers between development and operations with DevOps
- Tools and technologies that can accelerate your application releases
- Five actionable recommendations to include in your DevOps plans
Applications are ubiquitous and essential to the operation and growth of business in today's digital enterprise. Applications are a treasure trove of customer information, intellectual property, and confidential data. They often contain critical IP, application functionality, data, and keys for accessing back-end corporate systems.
Many enterprises believe the measures they have taken to protect their networks and endpoints and to develop more secure applications are sufficient to mitigate these risks. But many of these measures only build better fences around applications. Organizations that develop applications, meanwhile, may believe that the measures invested in application security testing and operational defense can mitigate at least the most significant exposures. But when an adversary has the ability to analyze applications closely, organizations may be surprised to discover that the security of sensitive data, their competitive advantage, and keys to accessing critical back-end systems, can be laid bare more easily than they think.
Compromises to an organization’s applications can create enormous risks that company leaders may rarely consider fully. Breaches to an application can quickly lead to a loss of IP, damage an organization’s brand, violate compliance and regulatory requirements, and even lead to customer harm – consequences abundantly evident in recent high-profile breaches.
Join us to learn more about the 5 critical areas where application risk management falls short.
The rapidly changing technology landscape is creating a paradigm shift in the way end-users access, experience and consume enterprise applications. This change is being driven by a number of elements that merge together in creating an applications estate that is characterized by its moving pieces. Mobility, Big Data and the Cloud have significant ramifications for Enterprise Applications that need to be addressed in order to create a dynamic, scalable and future ready experience for your end-users.
Doing that requires you to answer some very important questions:
How do you offer the most relevant applications and cater to the unique role requirements of your users?
What are the applications from your portfolio that can be most effectively transitioned to the Cloud?
How insights into your end-users behavior, accepted response times and commonly used devices and platforms can help in creating the most optimized experience?
How can insights into your end-users behavior, accepted response times and commonly used devices and platforms can help in creating the most optimized experience?
Join Brendan Crowe, Global Solutions Director, Application Managed Services at Unisys as he hosts a discussion between Rod Fontecilla, Vice President of Application Modernization for Unisys Federal Systems and Darren McGrath, Unisys Global Director, Mobility Solutions on how Mobility, Cloud and Big Data are driving rapid changes in your Applications Environment and what you can do to stay one step ahead.
Die Avi Vantage Plattform integriert sich nahtlos in Container-basierte Umgebungen und ermöglicht die flexible Bereitstellung von Load Balancing, Service Discovery, Service Proxy, Application Mapping und Auto-scaling Funktionalitäten in Mesos, Docker, Kubernetes, OpenShift und weiteren Container Plattformen. Dank der integrierten Analytics Engine ist es endlich möglich End-to-End Visibility und Performance Monitoring für Microservices darzustellen. Auf Basis des Real-Time Traffics und der Applikations-Performance können Anwendungen automatisch skaliert werden um der wachsenden Popularität der Anwendungen, ohne Einbruch der Performance, gerecht zu werden.
In diesem Webinar zeigt die Firma Avi Networks unter anderem:
- Hoch integriertes, Enterprise-class Load Balancing für aktuelle Container Plattformen
- Application Analytics, welche das Troubleshooting komplexer Microservices vereinfacht
- Micro-Segmentation, DDoS Protection, Web Application Firewall für Microservices
- Automatische Skalierung von Anwendungen auf Basis von Real-Time Performancedaten
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.
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
The data centre is mission-critical to many businesses. An efficient chilled water system guaranteeing continuous cooling availability is fundamental in obtaining an overall low data center PUE, and it is thus important to clearly understand the different technologies available for your data centre application.
Join the Emerson Network Power Critical Advantage Webcast for all of the answers.
The webcast will provide insight into:
• The advantages of Chilled Water systems
• The different solutions available according to your data center internal conditions: air-cooled, freecooling, adiabatic
• How to achieve utmost efficiency at the data center system level with the iCOMTM Control
Inherent risks in web, mobile and cloud applications are keeping security practitioners up at night, according to the 2015 SANS survey on application security.
In this webcast, learn about the growing threats against applications, why applications are so risky, why you need to include application security in your enterprise security program, and how to get started.
Attend this webcast and be among the first to receive the associated whitepaper written by SANS Dean of Research, Johannes B. Ullrich, Ph.D.
Webcast highlights include learning to:
- Block attacks against websites in real-time—with a shield around coding defects, application framework flaws, web server bugs, and improper configurations
- Quickly deploy a virtual image alongside web applications—which can be set up and configured in minutes, requiring no equipment or administration resources or dedicated security staff
Application container software such as Docker and Kubernetes are among today's most disruptive trends in enterprise IT. While many are contemplating how containers may disrupt or even overtake DevOps in terms of hype or adoption, it's important to remember the reality that both containers and DevOps are part of the larger trend toward digital transformation.
Containers are definitely having an impact on DevOps tenets of faster application releases and more efficient infrastructure management, but are just as likely to be a catalyst to scaling DevOps rather than competition.
This webinar presented by 451 Research and Puppet will offer some perspective on what container software really means for the modern DevOps movement in the enterprise based on industry analysis and experience, survey data and customer case studies.