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Application Security Virtual Roadshow: Best Practices vs Practicality

Establishing an application security program is an ongoing process – there are always steps you can take to improve your program. Join us for our virtual roadshow where Veracode CTO, Chris Wysopal, will be teaming up with Bugcrowd CTO, Casey Ellis, ZeroNorth CTO, John Steven and Optiv Director of Threat Management, Luis Jimenez for a one-hour panel discussion on best practices for maturing your AppSec program. And, if you’re just starting your AppSec journey, our experts will also be providing some practical first steps you can take that will prepare your AppSec program for improvements in the future.
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  • Panel - Debunking the AppSec Silver Bullet Myth with Veracode & HackerOne May 13 2020 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Paul Farrington, Laurie Mercer, Chris Kirsch, James Kettle
    There is no AppSec silver bullet. All application security scans – static analysis, dynamic analysis, penetration tests, bug bounties, etc. – have a role to play, and they all work together to fully secure your application layer.

    Join Veracode, HackerOne, for a virtual meetup to learn about the strengths and weaknesses of different scan types as well as best practices and practical advice for building or maturing an application security program.

    Key takeaways
    The strengths and weaknesses of the different AppSec analysis types
    Knowing about your risks means you can mitigate against them
    Security is better achieved together

    We will be giving away a £10/€10 Uber Eats vouchers to the first 50 registrants who register to this virtual panel, so you can lunch whilst you watch.

    Help shape the conversation by completing this survey - https://ayandachiwuta.typeform.com/to/Uz45IT

    Panel Speakers
    Chris Kirsch, Director Product Marketing, Veracode - Moderator
    Paul Farrington, EMEA CTO, Veracode – Panelist
    Laurie Mercer, Security Engineer, HackerOne - Panelist
    James Kettle, Director of Research, Hacker, PortSwigger Web Security - Panelist
  • Creating a Bridge Between Development and Security Apr 28 2020 1:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Chris Kirsch | Director, Product Marketing at Veracode
    As security testing has "shifted left," the roles of and relationship between the security and development teams have changed. In the past, security testing was solely in the realm of the security team. Today, that responsibility has shifted to the development team, with the security team taking on more of an oversight role. With this shift, each team has to develop new skills, take on new processes, gain new understanding, and build new relationships.

    Join this session to learn:

    What security professionals today need to know about modern software development
    The best practices for building trust between security and development teams
    How to integrate security scanning into the development pipeline in a way that both decreases risk and increases productivity
  • Taking a Holistic Approach to Understanding & Managing Your Information Risk Apr 15 2020 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Carol Rogert, Security Program Manager, Veracode and Joe Vadakkan, Global Practice Leader, Cloud Security, Optiv
    How does a business create and scale an effective, comprehensive security program? For most IT organizations, there are an unwieldy number of security solutions to evaluate, onboard, and ultimately manage. Join services and implementation experts from Veracode and Optiv as they discuss the benefits of taking a holistic approach to assessing and managing information risk across an organization. During this webinar they will share perspectives and best practices drawn from their experiences onboarding security solutions for customers. They will trace the evolution of both network security and application security and discuss the critical role of both in developing and implementing a risk management strategy that addresses compliance and regulatory requirements while protecting customer trust and brand equity.
  • Application Security Virtual Roadshow: Best Practices vs Practicality Apr 7 2020 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Panelists: Chris Wysopal, Veracode, Casey Ellis,Bugcrowd, John Steven, ZeroNorth, Luis Jimenez,Optiv
    Establishing an application security program is an ongoing process – there are always steps you can take to improve your program. Join us for our virtual roadshow where Veracode CTO, Chris Wysopal, will be teaming up with Bugcrowd CTO, Casey Ellis, ZeroNorth CTO, John Steven and Optiv Director of Threat Management, Luis Jimenez for a one-hour panel discussion on best practices for maturing your AppSec program. And, if you’re just starting your AppSec journey, our experts will also be providing some practical first steps you can take that will prepare your AppSec program for improvements in the future.
  • How to Accelerate Open Source Adoption, Not Open Source Risk Recorded: Mar 26 2020 39 mins
    Brittany O'Shea, Product Marketing Manager at Veracode
    In a recent blinded survey by Red Hat to more than 950 global IT leaders, 69 percent said Open Source Software was very or extremely important to the organisation’s overall enterprise infrastructure software plans. With the advantages of speed, agility, and cost-reduction, open-source software libraries are here to stay.

    However, with the delineated ownership in open source development can introduce new and sometimes dangerous software risks to an enterprise. It’s vital to have a strategy and framework in place to manage open source libraries and components. Otherwise, the road to digital transformation will likely be paved with frustrations, problems, and even failures

    Open source software risks revolve around three key areas: visibility, security, and governance.

    In this session we will help you understand these factors and how to formulate a stronger cybersecurity strategy that protects you from open source risk.
  • Deep-dive on Veracode Static Analysis Pipeline Scan Recorded: Mar 25 2020 47 mins
    Brittany O'Shea, Product Marketing Manager, Veracode
    The pace of modern software development continues to accelerate. To confidently ship secure software on time, you need the right scan, at the right time, in the right place. Veracode Static Analysis provides scans that are optimized for when they are leveraged in the SDLC. Our new Pipeline Scan—the first of its kind in the market—delivers rapid feedback to developers—on every build.

    We designed the Pipeline Scan to meet the needs of DevOps engineers; it was shaped by the experiences of EA customers who commit code hundreds to thousands of times a day across their organizations. This new scan integrates into the CI pipeline to offer test results each time code is committed. Teams can break the build if policy-violating flaws are introduced on a commit or net-new security issues are found. Because this scan is performed in-line with existing CI tooling, there is no learning curve for development teams.

    Join us for this deep-dive into the capabilities of this new scan type and learn how you can start using it to enable your developers and advance your AppSec program.
  • Panel Discussion - AppSec in Practice: The View From the Front Lines Recorded: Mar 12 2020 47 mins
    Chris Kirsch, Arun Vohra, Michael Man & Stewart Dawson
    Join this panel discussion between a security expert, a Veracode security program manager, and a Veracode customer to get a true picture of implementing and growing an AppSec program. We’ll discuss the triumphs, pitfalls, and lessons learned from real-world AppSec initiatives.

    Presented by...

    Chris Kirsch | Director, Product Marketing at Veracode

    Chris works on product strategy at Veracode and has 23 years of experience in security, particularly in the areas of application security testing, security assessments, incident response, and cryptography. He is the winner of the Social Engineering CTF Black Badge competition at DEF CON 25.

    Arun Vohra | Services Strategy and Product Manager at Veracode

    Arun comes from background in IT Risk and Assurance (KPMG), along with technical/management consulting experience in large scale IT Transformation programs (Accenture). Arun also leads Veracode’s Program Management function in EMEA and APAC, supporting Veracode’s customers define and execute successful AppSec programs.

    Michael Man | DevSecOps Consultant

    Michael has over 20 years of experience within the IT security industry, helping large enterprises be secure while complying with regulations, such as PCI DSS and factoring security into modern development practices.

    He is the founder and organiser of one of the largest community meetups "DevSecOps - London Gathering" and has co-organised the conference "DevSecOps Days London"

    Stewart Dawson | Global Security Architect at Veracode Customer (Financial Services)

    Stewart is an Enterprise Security Architect at a global financial services company. Prior to his current role, Stewart spent approx. 20 years working in Software Development, across a variety of roles and technologies. He specialises in Application Security and works with internal Development teams to help ensure that security is built into their products.
  • Fix What You Find With Developer Engagement Recorded: Mar 12 2020 42 mins
    John Smith | Director, Solution Architects at Veracode
    AppSec programs fail when developers are not engaged or empowered to fix vulnerabilities and security teams are only incentivized to find vulnerabilities but not to fix them. Too often, security teams dictate rather than partner with development teams and have unrealistic expectations. The result is a strained relationship between security and development.

    Join this session to learn:
    •How to help developers fix the security findings
    •How to work with developers to reduce the introduction of new security flaws
    •How to develop a security champions program
  • AppSec Beyond Technology Recorded: Mar 12 2020 46 mins
    Arun Vohra | Services Strategy and Product Manager at Veracode
    Technology alone cannot solve your AppSec challenges, you need to keep people and processes in mind as well. Effective AppSec programs get stakeholders aligned on the vision and execute on a roadmap for the program. But this is easier said than done. Join this session to learn:

    •How to define a program that achieves your goals, which may include risk reduction as well as compliance with internal policies, contractual requirements, laws and regulations.
    •How to scale your AppSec program.
    •How to use metrics to sell the value of AppSec to stakeholders as diverse as senior leadership, developers, and customers.
  • Debunking the AppSec Silver Bullet Myth Recorded: Mar 12 2020 36 mins
    Brittany O'Shea | Product Marketing Manager at Veracode
    There is no AppSec silver bullet. Each analysis type – static analysis, dynamic analysis, software composition analysis, interactive analysis, and penetration testing – has a role to play, and they all work together to fully secure your application layer. The different analysis types have different strengths in finding security issues, and they lend themselves to different stages of the SDLC.
    For instance, we recommend that you shift left to catch issues as early as possible because they are cheaper to fix. However, when scanning only parts of the application, you don’t have the full scope of the application. It’s like providing feedback on one chapter of a book without knowing the other chapters. You can provide feedback if it makes sense, but you can’t assess it in the context of all of the other chapters. The same is true for application security. That’s why you need to scan parts early but also scan when the application is fully assembled.

    Join this session to find out:
    •The strengths and weaknesses of the different AppSec analysis types
    •Where each analysis type fits in the SDLC
    •Why pipeline integrations are critical
  • DevSecOps Done Right Recorded: Mar 12 2020 47 mins
    Paul Farrington | CTO at Veracode
    Application security is not a one-and-done project, and there is no AppSec silver bullet. Application security is an ongoing program that assesses software at different stages of the development lifecycle in different ways. In this way, DevOps becomes DevSecOps. However, there are a few common obstacles that often hinder AppSec progress. Tune into this session to learn how to overcome the following:

    •Developers not empowered to fix what they find
    •AppSec solutions that are hard to manage and scale
    •Security teams with limited bandwidth to manage an AppSec program
  • Introducing the Next Generation of Veracode Static Analysis Recorded: Mar 5 2020 36 mins
    Brittany O'Shea, Product Marketing Manager, Veracode
    The right scan, at the right time, in the right place.

    To meet the demands of modern software development, application security scans must be fast and they must be accurate. For companies that innovate through software, effectively managing application security risk requires the right scan, at the right time, in the right place. In response to our customers’ adoption of DevSecOps practices, we have introduced the next generation of Veracode Static Analysis. Built on our SaaS platform, the Veracode Static Analysis product family now includes three different scans types: an IDE Scan that provides focused, real-time feedback to developers as they code; a first-in-market Pipeline Scan than runs on every build, providing feedback on the code at the team level; and a Policy Scan that provides a full evaluation of an application against security policy before releasing it. Join us to learn how these three scans work together to strengthen application security programs.
  • Veracode Static Analysis: The Right Scan, at the Right Time Recorded: Mar 5 2020 29 mins
    Brittany O'Shea, Product Marketing Manager at Veracode
    In a recent study conducted by GitHub to more than 4,000 global developers, 43% of developers report they deploy on-demand or multiple times a day, and nearly the same percentage, 41%, deploy between once a day and once a month. To meet the demands of modern software development, application security must be fast, and it must be accurate. Traditional Static Analysis tools run by security teams late in the testing phase no longer meet the needs of organizations.

    Effective management of application security risk requires the right scan, at the right time, in the right place. In response to our customers’ adoption of DevSecOps practices, we have introduced the new Veracode Static Analysis. Built on our SaaS platform, the Veracode Statics Analysis product family now includes three different scans types: the IDE Scan provides focused, real-time feedback to developers as they code; the first-in-market Pipeline Scan runs on every build providing feedback on the code at the team level; and the Policy Scan provides a full evaluation of applications against security policy before releasing the software.

    Join us to learn how these three scans work together to strengthen your application security program.
  • 10 Years Up – The State of Software Security Recorded: Jan 30 2020 45 mins
    Paul Farrington, CTO at Veracode
    For ten years, Veracode has been tracking the State of Software Security. In our 10th anniversary study, we confirm that teams are making a huge difference in reducing security debt. This webinar looks at some of the familiar challenges facing developers, but offers real reasons for optimism. We started Veracode with a mission to secure the world’s software. Today, that mission remains, with the added focus of enabling you to create, innovate, and “change the world” with software, without being held back by security concerns.

    In this webinar:

    - Learn about the security reality facing application owners - most applications fall short of industry standards
    - See which languages are the worst security offenders
    - Observe which flaws are the most prevalent, how frequently they are fixed, how they are exploited and which categories lead to the most incidents
    - Understand how teams are able to reach a 5x reduction in security debt
    - Gain insights into how developers are able to reduce the 'mean time to remediation' (MTTR) rate by over 70%
  • 10 Jahre State of Software Security Recorded: Jan 23 2020 42 mins
    Julian Totzek - Hallhuber, Solution Architect at Veracode
    Für 10 Jahre verfolgt Veracode bereits den Status zur Softwaresicherheit. In unserer 10. Jubiläumsausgabe bestätigen wir das Teams einen großen Unterschied bei der Reduzierung von Sicherheitsfehlern machen können. Dieses Webinar befasst sich mit den bekannten Herausforderungen, denen Entwickler gegenüberstehen, bietet jedoch auch echte Gründe für Optimismus. Wir haben Veracode mit der Mission gegründet, die Software der Welt sichern zu machen. Diese Mission ist auch heute noch gültig, mit dem zusätzlichen Fokus, es Ihnen zu ermöglichen, mit Software, Innovationen zu entwickeln und die Welt zu verändern, ohne von Sicherheitsbedenken zurückgehalten zu werden.

    In diesem Webinar
    Informieren Sie sich über die Sicherheitsrealität von Anwendungsanbietern - die meisten Anwendungen entsprechen nicht den Industriestandards
    Sehen Sie, welche Sprachen die schlimmsten Sicherheitsverstöße aufweist
    Erfahren Sie, welche Fehler am häufigsten auftreten, wie häufig sie behoben werden, wie sie ausgenutzt werden und welche Kategorien zu den meisten Vorfällen führen
    Verstehen Sie, wie Teams in der Lage sind, die Sicherheitsfehler um das Fünffache zu senken
    Gewinnen Sie Einblicke darüber, wie Entwickler die durchschnittliche Zeit bis zur Fehlerbehebung (MTTR) um über 70% reduzieren können.
  • 10 Años - El Estado de la Seguridad del Software Recorded: Jan 21 2020 45 mins
    Antonio Reche, Solution Architect at Veracode
    Durante diez años, Veracode ha estado siguiendo el estado de la seguridad del software. En nuestro estudio en el décimo aniversario, confirmamos que los equipos están haciendo especial énfasis en la reducción de la deuda de seguridad. Este seminario web analiza algunos de los desafíos más comunes que afrontan los desarrolladores, y ofrece razones reales para el optimismo. Comenzamos Veracode con la misión de asegurar el software del mundo. Hoy, esa misión permanece, con el enfoque adicional de permitirle crear, innovar y "cambiar el mundo" con software, sin ser frenado por preocupaciones de seguridad.

    En este seminario web:
    - Conozca la realidad de seguridad que enfrentan los responsables de aplicaciones: la mayoría de las aplicaciones no cumplen con los estándares de la industria
    - Vea qué lenguajes son los peores infractores de seguridad
    - Observe qué fallos son las más frecuentes, con qué frecuencia se corrigen, cómo se explotan y qué categorías conducen a la mayor cantidad de incidentes.
    - Comprenda cómo los equipos pueden alcanzar una reducción de 5 veces en la deuda de seguridad
    - Obtenga información sobre cómo los desarrolladores pueden reducir el "tiempo medio de remediación" (MTTR) en más del 70%
  • AppSec in 2020: What’s on the Horizon Recorded: Jan 14 2020 45 mins
    Paul Farrington CTO, Veracode & Adam Reyland, Regional Marketing Specialist, Veracode
    We saw some positive changes in AppSec in 2019. Organisations are increasingly focused on not just finding security vulnerabilities, but fixing them, and prioritising the flaws that put them most as risk. But we’ve got a long way to go; we still find that the vast majority of software (83% in fact) contains at least one vulnerability on initial scan.

    How will things evolve in 2020? Join this webinar where we’ll discuss AppSec themes we expect to emerge in 2020, including:

    •Using security champions on development teams to act as a force multiplier for the security team
    •Optimising AppSec with the right metrics
    •DevSecOps going mainstream
    •Shifting focus from finding security-related defects to fixing them
    •Regulations affecting AppSec practices
  • AppSec: Beyond Scanning Recorded: Dec 12 2019 37 mins
    Chris Eng, Chief Research Officer, Veracode
    We consistently come across organizations that think they can check the AppSec box if they’re scanning their code, or who are quantifying success by how many scans they can run a day, rather than by how many flaws they were able to fix. Unfortunately, you can’t scan your way to secure code.

    At this session will walk you through three critical steps an organization must take beyond scanning to develop more secure code: educating your developers so they learn secure coding skills, fixing the vulnerable code that’s found, and scaling the AppSec program to cover your entire application landscape.

    Key takeaways:
    - Learn how to move your AppSec program from a find focus to a fix focus
    - Find out why training plays a critical role in AppSec
    - Understand what it takes to scale your AppSec program
  • Creating Security Champions to Improve Your DevOps Security Posture Recorded: Dec 10 2019 43 mins
    Paul Farrington, EMEA CTO at Veracode | Calvin Mills, Software Engineer | Jamie Keegan, QA Test Lead
    What if I told you that you could improve the rate at which you fix your security issues up to 88% faster, without spending money on expensive consultants or blinky lights. 'Security Champions' could be the answer.
     
    Gartner predicts 3.4 million unfilled security roles by 2022 - simply because there are not enough expertise. DevOps teams in particular are leading the way in identifying Security Champions to help promote secure coding and reduce friction within teams. Rather than relying exclusively on a centralised security team, that can’t scale - we can go faster by nurturing security advocates in each development team. We talk about how to harness the existing talent in your teams and provide insights into how you can force-multiply the effect of security across your organisation, in a way that is likely to be received positively by your development teams.
  • State of Software Security: Peer Benchmarking to Evolve Your AppSec Program Recorded: Dec 4 2019 26 mins
    Annie Znamierowski, Sr Security Program Mgr, Veracode
    Metrics are essential to understanding any AppSec Program. In addition to measuring performance against internal objectives, benchmarking across peers can be a powerful way to inform program strategy. Veracode customers across different industries are applying data from Veracode’s State of Software Security (SoSS) report to drive maturity, engage developers, build executive support, and procure additional resources as they evolve their programs. Join this webinar to gain insight into how some Veracode customers are leveraging SoSS data, and next steps you can take to get your organization’s own SoSS comparison from Veracode.
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