Web Application: A Guide to Security in the Modern Era

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Over the past decade, most organizations have fundamentally changed how they deliver and access applications. Internally hosted applications have given way to web and cloud-based applications by default, and monolithic application architectures have given way to microservice architectures. Even older legacy applications are often accessed via a web-based portal or run as microservices. While these changes bring immense value to the enterprise, it puts new pressures on security teams to adapt.

Download this whitepaper to understand:

  • What threat-centric security is and what is driving its adoption in the real world
  • The age of DevOps and continuous delivery 
  • Best practice for securing the micro-service architecture

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