Posted by: psilva | February 29, 2016

RSA Security Octagon: What’s the Best Way to Secure Applications?


vsWe’re doing something a little different this year at #RSA with a Security Octagon. Everyone loves a good debate and in the security community discussions pop up constantly around a myriad of topics at any given point – with individuals or groups in the community taking opposing sides in these quarrels. While we’re not looking for a knock-down drag out geek fight, we are looking for a spirited debate in hopes of engaging with security pros to lend their support and opinions to the topic.

In the first debate we focus on the topic of application security. Is application security just secure coding or is it more than that? Preston Hogue from F5 and Jeremiah Grossman from WhiteHat Security are our first participants to discuss ‘What’s the Best Way to Secure Applications?

How can you play along?

Visit https://f5.com/securityoctagon to cast your vote and comment on the discussion.

1. Make sure to use the appropriate #hashtag:

      a. #TeamGrossman

      b. #TeamHogue

2. Can’t pick a camp to support, promote the program overall:

      a. #SecOctagon

If you’re at RSA, visit F5 booth 1515 and say ‘Aloha’ to DevCentral folks John Wagnon and Jason Rahm and ask how you can Integrate WhiteHat Scans With BIG-IP ASM.

And a very special thanks to Jeremiah for participating this year. Always appreciate his security insight and for a look back at previous RSAs, here are the past 5 years of interviews we did together.

RSA2015 – The InfoSec Landscape with Jeremiah Grossman

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RSA 2014: Jeremiah Grossman Interview

RSA2013: Interview with Jeremiah Grossman

RSA 2012 – Interview with Jeremiah Grossman

RSA2011 – Interview with Jeremiah Grossman

Enjoy the show!

ps

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