Closing the Gap: Reducing Enterprise AppSec Risks Without Disrupting Deadlines

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Jeffrey Martin | VP, Outbound Product Management at Mend

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Cybersecurity resilience is a priority for enterprises that have ramped up digital transformation and distributed workforces in the past few years. However, differences of opinion about the urgency of application security solutions can be detrimental to enterprises. According to the latest World Economic Forum research, “While 92% of business executives agree that cybersecurity resilience is integrated into enterprise risk management strategies, only 55% of security-focused executives surveyed agree with the statement.” This disconnect often occurs because the software development life cycle has accelerated considerably and developers are reluctant to adopt security procedures that will slow them down. The result is gaps in resilience that DevSecOps leaders must respond to. Join Jeff Martin, Mend’s vice president of product, in a fascinating discussion, to a discover: * The benefits of using one interface to find and fix open source and proprietary code security issues – it is so seamless it seems almost invisible * How to reduce the time that would have been spent on remediation by telling developers exactly how to fix issues, so no time is wasted researching
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Mend, formerly known as WhiteSource, effortlessly secures what developers create. Mend uniquely removes the burden of application security, allowing development teams to deliver quality, secure code, faster. With a proven track record of successfully meeting complex and large-scale application security needs, the world’s most demanding software developers rely on Mend. The company has more than 1,000 customers, including 25 percent of the Fortune 100, and manages Renovate, link here, the open-source automated dependency update project. For more information, visit www.mend.io, the Mend blog, and Mend on LinkedIn and Twitter.