Top 3 Reasons Applications are Still Getting Hacked

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Join Chris Leffel, CPO of NTT Application Security, and Jeremiah Grossman, CEO of Bit Discovery

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Securing today's applications is no easy task. Should you use DAST or SAST to secure your applications? What even constitutes an application in 2021? Are API's going to open your business up to more attacks? How do you get a handle on what you own while at the same time trying to launch new applications at breakneck speed? Unfortunately, the "move left" has not stopped application breaches from occurring. According to NTT Application Security data, 50% of applications in all major industries have at least one open, serious, exploitable vulnerability. With all of the opinions and suggestions out there, how do you know what's right for your program? Join Chris Leffel, CPO of NTT Application Security, and Jeremiah Grossman, CEO of Bit Discovery, for a straight-talking webinar on demand where they will share three top reasons why applications are still getting hacked and the best approach to keep your applications secure and your organization out of the news.

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NTT Application Security is driving the future of application security. For nearly 20 years, organizations around the globe have relied on NTT Application Security to secure their business’ digital footprint in an increasingly application-driven world. Bolstered by its award-winning, cloud-based application security testing platform, NTT Application Security delivers industry-leading accuracy by combining artificial and human intelligence to help security teams quickly identify and remediate potential vulnerabilities. Formerly WhiteHat Security, the company is an independent, wholly-owned subsidiary of NTT Ltd. and is part of NTT’s security services portfolio. NTT Application Security is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., with regional offices in Houston and Belfast. For more information, visit