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2015 State of Application Security: Closing the Gap

The 2015 SANS State of Application Security Analyst Paper and webcasts are complete. This year, Jim Bird, the lead author of the SANS Application Security Survey series, Frank Kim, and I all participated in writing the questions, analyzing the results, drafting the paper, and preparing the webcast material. In the 2015 survey, we split the … Continue reading 2015 State of Application Security: Closing the Gap

Survey on Application Security Programs - Webcast and Paper

For the second year in a row Jim Bird and I have helped SANS put together a "Survey on Application Security Programs and Practices". We asked some of the same questions as the previous year, just in a different way. Some interesting trends this year, as taken from the executive summary of the soon to … Continue reading Survey on Application Security Programs - Webcast and Paper

SANS Appsec Survey

SANS has just opened a survey to understand more about the challenges and risks that companies are facing in application security, and what tools and practices people have found are most effective in managing appsec problems. Please follow this link and take 5-10 minutes to answer the survey questions: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/56TKYX7 Help shape the future of … Continue reading SANS Appsec Survey

Free AppSec Webcasts

Here are some recent appsec webcasts for your viewing pleasure: - Web Application Threats: Combining XSS and CSRF to own the world! Kevin Johnson covers Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) and Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF). Specifically, "how they can be used to exploit users and applications, how to find them and what their combined power can accomplish." … Continue reading Free AppSec Webcasts

Trio of AppSec Webcasts Next Week

We have three cool webcasts lined up next week: 1) SQL Injection for the Penetration Tester on April 27 Eric Conrad will kick off the week of webcasts with something every penetration tester should know about. "Both normal and blind SQL attacks will be described, including reading and altering databases, creating local files, and gaining … Continue reading Trio of AppSec Webcasts Next Week