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Why Cloud-Native Applications and APIs Are at Risk


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Like every other organization, you probably have some sort of cloud transformation initiative. Whether you are just starting on your cloud journey or have fully adopted a cloud-first approach, there are a lot of things to think about. You researched what cloud provider works best for your organization, worked with cloud architects and consultants to come up with the perfect cloud architecture for your organization, and purchased a cloud security posture management solution to ensure that there are no issues with security or configuration. But have you thought about how to ensure the applications deployed to your production cloud environments stay secure and configured correctly?

Even if you have a secure, compliant, correctly configured and continuously monitored cloud infrastructure, there are still major risks associated with your cloud-deployed apps. Secure cloud infrastructure does not mean secure applications, and solutions like cloud security posture management (CSPM) do not go deep enough into the application layer to ensure you are secure. There are risk, compliance and security issues that CSPM solutions just can't detect at the application layer. Having a CSPM solution to monitor your cloud infrastructure is a great approach to securing your cloud infrastructure, but not cloud-based applications.

Attend this webinar to:

  • Understand the gaps in traditional cloud security tooling (e.g. CSPM)
  • Learn about the types of risks your cloud-based applications and APIs are prone to
  • Explore new approaches to finding risk in your cloud-based applications and APIs

Why you should attend:

Organizations and individuals are making major investments in cloud initiatives. Most of these investments are being made on the cloud infrastructure itself while organizations use the same old application security testing approaches and hope a secure cloud infrastructure solves everything. If you are changing the entire landscape of the infrastructure your applications are deployed to but using dated technologies to secure those apps, you are opening yourself up to major risk and security issues.

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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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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