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Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) and Web Application Firewalls (WAF)

Panel Discussion with Industry Experts

Application security is hard. Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) have not lived up to their promise of fast protection against attacks. Why? Because they’re easy to bypass and hard to maintain. 

It’s much more effective to find and fix security flaws and follow secure coding guidelines in the apps themselves. This hasn’t been an easy fix either – until now.

Get this video if you want to:

  • Understand where WAF technology falls short and how this can impact your web apps.
  • Get the inside track on web application security from infosec security experts John Stauffacher and Mario Contestabile.
  • Learn how Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) can be used to address WAF deficiencies.
john_stauffacher_100x100b.jpg John Stauffacher (@g33kspeed) is a recognized leader in Information Security, specifically around the implementation and development of Web Application Firewall programs. 
mario_100b.jpg Mario Contestabile is the Director of Application Security at IMMUNIO and is one of Canada’s most renowned security experts.
Linkdin_Goran-91-100x100.jpg Goran Begic (@gbegicw) is the VP of Strategy at IMMUNIO and has over 15 years of experience of working with software developers and domain engineers.