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Building the Business Case for Application Security

This presentation will cover:
- Building a Business case to get funding
- Prioritizing important applications to tackle first
- Finding Resources to Implement your program
- Now, that I’ve scanned it, what next?
- How to fix vulnerabilities, and build it into the SDLC?
Recorded Jan 12 2010 15 mins
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Caleb Sima, CTO ASC and Katherine Lam, SaaS Product Manager at HP
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