Closing Security Gaps Across the Cloud and Application Attack Surface

Presented by

Spencer Chin NA, Sales Engineer and John Oltsik, Sr Principal Analyst & ESG Fellow

About this talk

Between rapid cloud adoption and accelerated software development life cycles, organizations need a new security approach across their transforming attack surface—one that doesn’t slow down the application development pipeline. Join this live discussion with ESG analyst Jon Oltsik on research findings and lessons learned from CISOs and security engineers about their most effective processes, how they add value to automated tools, and their strategies for filling security skills shortages. You’ll come away with answers to questions like these: - What are the top three application security considerations for cloud-native development environments? - Why does automated security scanning leave attack surface gaps? - How can security researchers, also known as ethical hackers, increase the efficacy of code scanning? - What are the most successful strategies for identifying vulnerabilities early so they’re not deployed to production?

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