Security Observability Drives AppSec Programs

Presented by

Joseph Feiman, Chief Strategy Officer of Avocado; Eric Sheridan, Managing Member at Infrared Security

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How do we go about driving and operating AppSec programs on daily basis? For that, we need be able to continuously monitor the security posture of our applications: discover security events that take place in the ecosystem, observe exposed attack surface, and learn what application/API vulnerabilities could be exploited. The next step should be vulnerability remediation, attack surface reduction, security testing and attack prevention. With that said, how exactly does security observability make that process actionable and effective? Join Joseph Feiman, Chief Strategy Officer of Avocado, and Eric Sheridan, Managing Member at Infrared Security, who will discuss critical aspects of AppSec programs, including security observability, vulnerability discovery, application security training, and remediation guidance.
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Avocado delivers security technology that discovers, diagnose, monitors and protects cloud workloads, applications and APIs across the distributed ecosystem. Its runtime security continuously detects vulnerabilities and protects against attacks at a “moment of a crime. Avocado enables real-time threat observability/modeling/analytics to mitigate vulnerabilities and plan preventive measures. Its “Observability of Unknown” capability detects sophisticated attacks, e.g., ZeroDay, where signature/pattern-based approaches fail. Avocado’s software process-microsegmentation enables Zero Trust enforcement. The company is based in Milpitas, CA. For more information, visit