Listen to this webinar to learn about key findings and takeaways from the latest Contrast Labs' Bimonthly AppSec Intelligence Report in this webinar.
This moderated webinar will cover AppSec vulnerability and attacks trends for the first two months of the year. Some of the key discussion areas include:
The Contrast Labs’ Bimonthly AppSec Intelligence Report is the only report in the industry that combines insights about vulnerabilities, library issues, and attacks in a single report. Others may give you separate slices of intelligence; we give you the whole enchilada.
Our two presenters will be joined by the Editor-in-Chief for Contrast’s Inside AppSec Podcast, Patrick Spencer, who will review the report’s findings with the two subject-matter panelists and pinpoint actionable takeaways for the audience. You will walk away with an in-depth and actionable understanding of the report’s findings.
Director of Application Security,
David is an experienced Application Security Professional with over 18 years of experience in the computer security industry. During this time, David has worked within multiple disciplines in the security field, from application development, network architecture design and support, IT security and consulting, security training, and application security. Over the past 10 years, David has specialized in all things related to mobile applications and securing them. David has supported many different clients including financial, government, automobile, healthcare, and retail. In his spare time, David is seen on the golf course or honing his mobile testing skills by participating in numerous bug bounties.
Editor in Chief of Inside AppSec Podcast,
Patrick Spencer (Ph.D.) leads the content marketing and PR/Communications team at Contrast. He has nearly a decade and a half of experience in various senior marketing roles within the cybersecurity sector and is the recipient of numerous corporate and industry awards. After leaving the corporate world to start his own agency several years. Patrick’s roots in cybersecurity go back to Symantec, where he served as the editor in chief for CIO Digest, an award-winning digital and print publication containing strategies and insights for the technology executive. In addition to the above roles, Patrick has also served in various senior- and executive-level marketing capacities at several SaaS-based marketing companies.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Union University
Brian has worked in IT for over 18 years and information/application security for the past decade. He started as an enterprise Java developer, then transitioned to helping build an application security program as both tech lead and manager. He later played the role of enterprise architect and did some incident response and reverse engineering malware for fun. Brian then spent a number of years as a consultant helping clients build AppSec programs, create/update SDLCs, and related initiatives. He has worked on the Trustworthy Computing team at Microsoft and is now a professor of Computer Science at Union University authoring a Cybersecurity program. He also has been a co-lead for SAMM v1.1-2.0 and the OWASP Top 10.