Five Key Trends in Application Security

  • Date 20 Nov 2019 - Wednesday

Five Key Trends in Application Security

20 Nov 2019, 16:50 - 17:20

Spotlight Educational Sessions
Language:
English

Today’s hyper-connected businesses rely on a broad set of web, mobile, and API-based applications to connect customers, partners, and suppliers across the Internet. Retirement planning, interacting with likeminded hobby enthusiasts, loyalty program participation while purchasing our favorite goods and services are just a few examples. These applications incorporate a wide range of application endpoints, such as a registration, login, or forgot user name and password pages.  

While striking a delicate balance between speed of deployment and security-induced friction, CIOs and CISOs must consider five key industry trends that may impact their approach to application security.

  • How will a multi-cloud and possibly a multi-CDN deployment impact application security? 
  • DevSecOps: can it be as nimble as DevOps? 
  • What is the impact of the exponential use of APIs?  
  • Microservices, service-mesh and serverless computing – what’s it mean to my security posture?  
  • Data residency and data privacy laws – how will they impact me?

We will discuss various technology and deployment architecture options given these application security trends. 

After completing this session you will be able to:

  • Identify how security and development work most effectively deal with a multi-provider world. 
  • Recognize how the exponential number of application APIs impacts security. 
  • See that application development and security can work together – without slowing deployment.

 

Contributors

  • Ameya Talwalkar

    Speaker

    Co-founder & Chief Product Officer

    Cequence.ai

Sponsors

Cequence.ai

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