Appsec For The Newly Hired CISO/CSO

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Newly hired chief information security officers (CISOs) or chief security officers (CSOs) are tasked with leading an increasingly critical function. They must protect an increasingly distributed infrastructure from a long list of adversaries with malicious intent who use progressively advanced tactics.
Digital transformation increases the importance of application development to many companies’ success, and this should move application security (AppSec) up on CISOs’ priority list.

This white paper explores the first 100 days of the new CISO/CSO’s tenure specifically from the perspective of AppSec.

Key takeaways:

  • Why modern CISOs/CSOs must make AppSec a top priority in their security approaches
  • How to implement and manage effective modern AppSec for your organisation

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