You've secured the perimeter, but what about your apps and data?

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Applications can be an open door for those wanting to break into corporate networks or to steal data, yet the link between application security and data security is too often overlooked. Moreover, in many cases security is not as central to the application development lifecycle as it should be.

This webinar will look at the real risks posed to organizations by applications, how to best identify these risks and mitigate them in the most efficient way and how to ensure application security part of the ongoing development process.



Michael Lipinski

Michael Lipinski CIO, Dialogue Marketing

    Ofer Maor

    Ofer Maor CTO, Quotium

      Stephen Pritchard

      Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

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