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AppSec in 2017 – A Look into the Future

Application security broke new ground in 2016. The shift to DevOps has driven the need for new technologies and different levels of integration across the development ecosystem. The focus is pulling all your organization’s technologies together and bring in products that easily and seamlessly fit into any environment, thereby further automating security while maintaining development agility. These enhancements deliver a more complete view of application-security health, making it possible to assess Static, Dynamic, Interactive and Open Source security in a single view.
 
Advancements have been made but as we’ve learned, application security is ever changing. New technology trends – container adoption, IoT, for example – mean new security considerations and AppSec innovation must continue in 2017.

In this webinar presented by experts from HPE Security Fortify and Black Duck, you'll learn about:

- The major AppSec advancements in 2016 and their impact on software security health
- New ways AppSec will evolve in the coming year, including the areas of remediation improvement and cloud integration, DevOps, and Continuous Integration
- Check list of AppSec best practices for your 2017 toolbox
Recorded Dec 13 2016 59 mins
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Poonam Yadav, Product Manager, HPE Security Fortify; Mike Pittenger, VP of Security Strategy, Black Duck
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Black Duck by Synopsys provides automated solutions for securing and managing open source software. With the rapid, widespread adoption of open source software, Black Duck is a key component of Synopsys’ Software Integrity Platform, the most comprehensive solution for integrating security into the SDLC and software supply chain.

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