Application Security Posture Management is essential to your business. Here’s how to get there.

On-Demand Webcast|1 hour

AppSec has long been considered a subset of IT security, but today’s threats make securing applications an imperative for the entire business. But how do you make it so?

In this SC Cybercast, Alex Babar, VP of Solutions for cybersecurity company Brinqa, has a discussion with SC’s Bill Brenner about how Brinqa helped one client on its journey to effective Application Security Posture Management (ASPM).

As Brinqa’s client grew their application security program to detect AppSec findings across their SDLC, they ran into a big problem: too many findings from too many sources. This made it impossible to understand, analyze, and report on SDLC security risks at scale. They needed a way to filter the results and ensure they remained on the path to more secure products, and found their solution in ASPM even before this trending market category had a name. Alex Babar will explain how the company unified its application security testing findings in one place, so they could take a business-first approach to analyzing and remediating their scan results.

By attending this session, you will learn how the company now uses ASPM to:

  • Unify SAST, SCA, Pen Testing, and other AppSec findings into one graph database
  • Prioritize AppSec findings with correlated business context and threat intelligence
  • Collaborate effectively with remediation teams and accurately tracks their progress
  • Report on trends and progress with a business-first view of risk


Bill Brenner
Senior Vice President, Audience Content Strategy
CyberRisk Alliance

InfoSec content strategist, researcher, director, tech writer, blogger and community builder. Senior Vice President of Audience Content Strategy at CyberRisk Alliance.

Alex Babar
VP of Solutions

Alex Babar leads solution communications at Brinqa, a hyper-growth cybersecurity company that supports companies in orchestrating their entire cyber risk lifecycle. Prior, Alex ran product marketing at Bessemer-backed Legit Security and held product marketing and product management roles at Ping Identity. Outside of geeking out on B2B SaaS, Alex is a lifelong tennis player and a budding pragmatic home cook based out of Austin, Texas.