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Achieving the Optimal Application Security Posture Across the Enterprise


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Monday, July 13, 2020
1 pm EDT

The optimal situation for any organization would be one where no app or API is abused or leveraged as the cause of a breach. But the reality is that web attack traffic since January increased 27%* across verticals. The trend is clear: there are more web applications and APIs in use today than ever before—and that usage has multiplied due to COVID-19 and companies’ emphasis on empowering their remote workforces.

Regardless of where apps and APIs operate—cloud, datacenter, containerized workloads or a hybrid of these—organizations need to protect an ever-increasing application footprint to effectively serve their expanding customer bases. But maintaining an effective application security posture requires the means to solve real-world production problems like account takeover, API abuse, bad bots and other advanced web attacks, not just injection based attacks. As companies scale their apps, APIs and services they need tooling  that works out of the box to detect and stop real-world threats.

In this webinar, Daniel Hampton, Senior Technical Account Manager, will walk you through how a next-gen WAF like Signal Sciences can provide web layer visibility for applications no matter where they operate along with real-world scenarios that show how flexible web app protection solves real-world problems. 

Attendees will learn:

  • The scope of today’s web application and API threat landscape
  • Web application deployment patterns and how to protect those apps
  • Real-world scenarios where next-gen WAF (NGWAF) solved crucial appsec problems in production
  • How a true next-gen WAF and RASP gains layer 7 visibility into web requests between microservices
Daniel Hampton
Senior Technical Account Manager - Signal Sciences
Daniel Hampton is a Senior Technical Account Manager at Signal Sciences, where he is responsible for assisting customers in the post-sales process by delivering a pragmatic and effective application security experience. Prior to joining Signal Sciences, he spent five years in enterprise security with a focus in securing databases, web applications, containers and policy and 11 years providing managed services to SMBs.

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