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HCL AppScan Demo Series (Part 2): Integrating ASoC with AppScan Standard

The HCL AppScan product demo series continues on with Part 2: Integrating AppScan on Cloud (ASoC) with AppScan Standard. Application Security Advisor, Neil Kreinbrink, will once again lead the discussion on how AppScan on Cloud correlates with AppScan Standard to enable a hybrid approach to securing your most critical web applications.

After this discussion you'll be able to...

• Leverage AppScan's hybrid deployment to accommodate dashboarding, user access controls, issue management, scan metrics and scan history.

• Use concurrent scanning across AppScan Standard and AppScan on Cloud to eliminate bottlenecks

• Expand your program beyond DAST to include SAST, mobile and open source with AppScan on Cloud.

• Centralize AppScan Standard results to one SaaS platform via AppScan on Cloud
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    Shahar Sperling, Chief Architect, and Gal Ben-Yair, Enterprise Architect, HCL AppScan
    Interactive Application Security Testing, or IAST, is an emerging technology in the application security domain that is quickly gaining notoriety in many DevOps circles. IAST is an unobtrusive means run automated security tests during activities such as QA, human testing, or any activity that "interacts" with the application's functionality.

    However there are many different approaches to instituting IAST into your AppSec program and, because the technology is new, many businesses need help in evaluating a solution that meets their security objectives.

    In this session, Shahar Sperling and Gal Ben-Yair, Enterprise Architects with HCL AppScan, will take a deeper dive into the ins and outs of IAST to help you better understand what it is, how it can help expedite security testing, and how to assess the right solution for your business.

    You'll come away with a better understanding of:

    1) The different approaches to IAST such as passive and active testing

    2) How to institute IAST into your SDLC to shift security testing to the left, as well as to the right

    3) Things to consider when evaluating IAST such as how to benchmark apps, understanding the quality of sanitizers, and assessing ease of deployment
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    Its meaning refers to initiating security checks earlier in the development lifecycle; and though there are many benefits, many organizations are still in the dark about how to execute this in practice.

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    This talk will explore:

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    -How to empower developers to make educated security decisions from their own environments

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  • HCL AppScan Demo Series (Part 2): Integrating ASoC with AppScan Standard Recorded: Nov 12 2019 37 mins
    Neil Kreinbrink, Application Security Technical Advisor, HCL AppScan
    The HCL AppScan product demo series continues on with Part 2: Integrating AppScan on Cloud (ASoC) with AppScan Standard. Application Security Advisor, Neil Kreinbrink, will once again lead the discussion on how AppScan on Cloud correlates with AppScan Standard to enable a hybrid approach to securing your most critical web applications.

    After this discussion you'll be able to...

    • Leverage AppScan's hybrid deployment to accommodate dashboarding, user access controls, issue management, scan metrics and scan history.

    • Use concurrent scanning across AppScan Standard and AppScan on Cloud to eliminate bottlenecks

    • Expand your program beyond DAST to include SAST, mobile and open source with AppScan on Cloud.

    • Centralize AppScan Standard results to one SaaS platform via AppScan on Cloud
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    Neil Kreinbrink, Application Security Technical Advisor, HCL AppScan
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    Some key takeaways include:

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    David Marshak, Director of Product Management, HCL AppScan and Kristofer Duer, Lead Cognitive Researcher, HCL AppScan
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Attack-resistant apps - at DevOps speed
Learn how AppScan enables security testing across the entire software development lifecycle (SDLC) from the experts that pioneered application security testing (AST)

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