Application security, Cybersecurity Asset Management, Cloud security, Vulnerability management, Insider threat, Remote access, Security awareness, Zero trust

Pointing Fingers – ESW #199

This week, first we talk Enterprise News, discussing Acunetix new data retention policies, 5 things you should ask your web app pen test provider, Microsoft's open source tool for sniffing out Windows 10 bugs, Datadog unveils support for distributed tracing for AWS Step Functions via AWS X-Ray, and Gravwell's Data Fusion platform breaks the mold of legacy data ingestion engines! In our second segment, we welcome Ferruh Mavituna, CEO of Netsparker, to discuss Current Security Needs Of Modern Enterprise Companies! In our final segment, we welcome Jimmy Mesta, Director of Security Research at Signal Sciences, to discuss Securing Enterprise Digital Transformations!

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1. Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange, Gravwell Data Fusion, & CrowdStrike Falcon – ESW #199

Acunetix new data retention policies, 5 Things to Ask Your Web App Pen Test Provider, Microsoft's open source tool for sniffing out Windows 10 bugs, Datadog unveils support for distributed tracing for AWS Step Functions via AWS X-Ray, Gravwell's Data Fusion platform breaks the mold of legacy data ingestion engines, and more!

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2. Current Security Needs Of Modern Enterprise Companies – Ferruh Mavituna – ESW #199

As organizations grow and get more mature, they are looking for ways to achieve more with less. Join this ESW segment to learn how mature organizations approach web application security at scale, how they achieve greater visibility, shift security left and how they save time for their team whilst building more effective web application security programs.

This segment is sponsored by Netsparker.

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Netsparker

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Guest

Ferruh Mavituna
Ferruh Mavituna
Founder and Strategic Advisor at Invicti Security

Ferruh Mavituna is the founder and strategic advisor of Invicti Security, a world leader in web application security solutions. His professional obsessions lie in web application security research, automated vulnerability detection, and exploitation features. He has authored several web security research papers and tools, and delivers animated appearances at cybersecurity conferences and on podcasts. Exuberant at the possibilities open to organizations by the deployment of automation, Ferruh is keen to demonstrate what can be achieved in combination with Invicti’s award-winning products, Invicti and Acunetix.

Hosts

Paul Asadoorian
Paul Asadoorian
Founder at Security Weekly
Matt Alderman
Matt Alderman
VP, Product at Living Security

3. Securing Enterprise Digital Transformations – Jimmy Mesta – ESW #199

The drivers behind transformation, or roadbloacks, come in different forms. Mergers and acquisitions present both security challenges and opportunities for growth. Legacy technology always presents unique challenges, especially when it comes to security. Of course, everyone wants to be cloud native, but just how far along are you on the journey? Join us for a discussion on these topics with Jimmy Mesta from Signal Sciences!

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Signal Sciences

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Guest

Jimmy Mesta
Jimmy Mesta
Director of Security Research at Signal Sciences

Jimmy Mesta is the Head of Security Research at Signal Sciences, and a veteran application and infrastructure security leader with more than 15 years of experience. He has spent time on both the offensive and defensive side of the industry, working to build modern, developer-friendly security solutions. Prior to Signal Sciences, Jimmy maintained a global network, consulting with companies, and delivering technical security training, research, and infrastructure around the world. He previously ran the local Santa Barbara OWASP chapter and taught Kubernetes, Docker, DevOps, Mobile Security and Pentesting courses for Manicode.

Hosts

Paul Asadoorian
Paul Asadoorian
Founder at Security Weekly
Matt Alderman
Matt Alderman
VP, Product at Living Security
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