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The Do’s and Don’ts of AppSec for Modern Software Development


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Tuesday, September 7, 2021
11 a.m. ET

Shift left! As businesses push themselves to outpace their competition, they are delivering software and services at an ever-increasing rate. Unless security is built into the early stages of a software development life cycle, organizations might find themselves facing several security vulnerabilities in their software, or even worse, appear in the media for the wrong reasons.

In this webinar, we’ll discuss why application security is more critical than ever and the consequences of inadequate AppSec practices.

We’ll cover:

  • Application security’s relevance to the modern software development life cycle
  • Real-world examples in which inadequate AppSec led to security incidents
  • Solutions to improve application security within your own software development life cycle

And more!

Sean Wright
Principal Application Security Engineer - Immersive Labs
Sean Wright is a lead application security SME at Immersive Labs. Sean started out as a software developer, and is primarily focused on web-based application security with a special interest in TLS-related subjects. Sean is experienced in providing technical leadership in application security, as well as engaging with teams to improve the security of systems that they develop. Sean is passionate about giving back to the community and spends his free time performing personal security-related research.

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