End-to-End Application Security Nirvana: Testing, Monitoring, and Automated Remediation

September 29, 2020 at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET

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In partnership with Snyk
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According to a recent Gartner report
, “By 2023, more than 70% of global organizations will be running more than two containerized applications in production, up from less than 20% in 2019.” As the pace of application development accelerates with the adoption of cloud-native technology, the need to secure applications at a similar rate becomes increasingly important. 

In order to keep up with the pace of modern application development, developers are introducing more source code with new licenses from outside the organization to rapidly deliver new value and services into production. 

When it comes to security, shift left isn’t enough. But rather, protection across the entire SDLC through continuous testing and monitoring at runtime is needed. 

In this joint Rapid7 & Snyk webinar, we’ll outline a new, modern approach to cloud native application security that matches the new, modern approach to cloud native application development. 

The end result? True end-to-end application security.
  • Demo Time: See the Snyk and tCell integration in action, where tCell identifies open source packages and vulnerabilities at runtime with real-time monitoring, and Snyk paves the way to seamless remediation through automation.
Who should attend? Developer and AppSec practitioners who want to learn how teams can work together to cover application security across teams and along the software lifecycle. 

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Speakers

Jamie O'Meara

Global Solutions Architect, Snyk

Jamie O’Meara is a Global Solutions Architect at Snyk with an emphasis on app modernization, DevSecOps, and Cloud-Native technologies. He is a frequent public speaker and presenter at conferences including VMworld, SpringOne Platform, Jenkins User Conference, and Collab Summit. He is passionate about agile methodologies and creating software. Jamie can be found on Twitter at @JamieOMeara.

Garrett Gross

VRM Technical Advisor, Application Security, Rapid7

Garrett is a VRM Technical Advisor, Application Security at Rapid7. He serves as an escalation layer to the applied engineering department, provides technical enablement, and facilitates cross-departmental functionality. He has served in various information technology roles in a myriad of environments, ranging from systems administration in higher education to applied engineering at security startups. Garrett has been a hacker and technophile his entire life, loving nothing more than discovering new ways to make and break things.