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Application vulnerabilities - protect your weakest link

markpainter ‎11-22-2013 02:30 PM - edited ‎07-07-2015 09:29 AM

According to Gartner 84% of breaches now occur at the application layer. In fact, repeated security

research shows that applications continue to represent the weakest link in enterprise security. The consequences and costs of breaches continue to rise while the complexity of application security also grows unchecked. So, what are organizations to do, especially when current approaches are too often expensive,reactive and ineffective?


The key is adopting an integrated approach that doesn't treat security as another add-on or a plug-in but

instead as a process that must be included in all phases of the development lifecycle. Join us for a

discussion at HP Discover Barcelona detailing the current application security landscape and the steps

organizations can immediately take to improve their application security risk posture.


I will be presenting on Thursday, Dec 12, at 9:50am. Click here to see the session description: DF2604 - Application vulnerabilities: protect your weakest link


See you at HP Discover!

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