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Improving AppSec With Application Security Posture Management


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Sponsored by Bionic


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By now, everyone has heard of the *AST scanning technologies. Most have been around for 15+ years, yet organizations are still struggling to eliminate AppSec issues like SQL injection and XSS vulnerabilities because these scanning tools look at vulnerabilities through a vulnerability lens, not a contextual risk lens.

In this session, we will discuss how application security posture management (ASPM) solves not only application security risk but also application architecture risk and drift (risk associated with change). ASPM looks at risk from an architectural risk perspective and integrates with CI/CD pipelines to ensure you understand the entire application architecture and not just the security bugs in the architecture. ASPM will do today for security what APM did 10 years ago for performance.

Attend this webinar and learn:

  • A new and better approach to application security and architecture risk
  • New ways to make your *AST tools better
  • How you can understand your entire application architecture
  • Introduction to the dynamic bill of materials (dBOM)
  • Introduction to application drift

This webinar can help you:

  • Identify unique security risks outside of the standard OWASP Top 10
  • Holistically understand the applications your organization is deploying
  • Introduce new use cases associated with risk
  • Provide the source of truth for aggressive DevOps release cycles
  • Unite enterprise architecture and application security teams
Chief Architect - Bionic
Matt is a technical Application Security Testing (AST) leader with more than 20 years of application security leadership. At Bionic, Matt is the key thought leader who helps drive product innovation and direction to help improve application security programs for enterprises across multiple industries. Prior to Bionic, he was a key leader for Fortify and Checkmarx. He has an extensive background in application security, object-oriented programming, multi-tier architecture design and implementation and internet/intranet development.

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