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Preventing Code Leaks & Other Critical Security Risks from Code

Webinar

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Sponsored by BLUBRACKET


Tuesday, September 22, 2020
3 pm EDT

In the last decade, the way software is developed and deployed has completely changed, yet the way we secure it has stood still. Today, developers use Git and open source and deploy via devops to the cloud. All of this has introduced security risks that are being exploited by hackers. 

In this one hour webinar, learn the top threats facing companies from their code environments and how to address them. 

You will learn:

  • How Git-based environments post a threat to enterprise security
  • Why companies lack visibility into who has downloaded their code on unprotected devices
  • How to mitigate the threats from code without altering or slowing down the software development process
  • How code security must fit into an overall information security strategy

Who should attend: 
  • CISOs or infosec directors
  • Devsecops leaders and engineers
  • Appsec leaders and engineers
Ajay Arora
President and COO - BluBracket Inc.
Ajay Arora is a serial entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in enterprise software. Most recently, Ajay co-founded VERA, a leader in data and document security. He previously founded RAPsphere, a cutting-edge mobile security company which was acquired by AppSense. He also served as Vice President of Products and Services at Mashery (acquired by Intel). Prior to Mashery, Ajay served as Vice President of Products and Solutions at newScale, Inc. (acquired by Cisco). He has also held key product management, software engineering and consulting roles at Corio (acquired by IBM) and Oracle. 

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