Using 2020's Vulnerability Trends to Spearhead Your 2021 Security Posture

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2020 saw many organizations impacted by various new and altered security vulnerabilities as networking norms shifted dramatically.

Securing the new work-from-home environment became an overnight priority as businesses made efforts to improve overall security posture with increased testing throughout the SDLC, continuous security testing of assets, and rapid vulnerability remediation.

In this webinar, a panel of experts will discuss the key security trends of last year, outline the most common ongoing vulnerabilities and provide an analysis of what you, as a security professional, can do to close gaps and proactively improve security posture.

By attending this webinar, you’ll walk away knowing key security findings from 2020, including:

  • The most common vulnerabilities by category and asset type
  • How average vulnerability severity has changed YoY and why
  • How to increase attacker resistance and cost of attack
  • How to find vulnerabilities that aren’t found through traditional approaches using a crowdsourced security testing platform


Michael Hill

Former Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

Caitlin Johanson

Director, Application Security Center of Excellence, Coalfire

    Jeremiah  Roe

    Solutions Architect & Red Team Expert, Synack

    Dominic Vogel

    Chief Security Strategist, Cyber.SC

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