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Application Security Viewpoint

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What does application security really mean? Applications are software that run our daily lives. Application security is the aspect of understanding how applications are built and how someone could gain an advantage by looking at the application’s flaws.  Security touches all aspects of when applications are built, where they are used, how they are used, and when they are used.

In this podcast, dive into the nature of applications, their security, and how we interact with them. Learn how vulnerabilities affect the application itself, as well as users. Also learn about the vendor marketplace, how a combination of technologies and techniques can solve application vulnerabilities, and benefits of application security.

Speaker

Ryan Berg Senior Security Architect, IBM

Ryan Berg is a Senior Security Architect with IBM.  In addition to advancing the state of the art in application security technologies, Ryan is also a popular speaker, instructor, and author, in the fields of security, risk management, and secure development processes. He holds patents and has patents pending in multi-language security assessment, kernel-level security, intermediary security assessment language, and secure remote communication protocols.

Vendor:
Ounce Labs, an IBM Company
Posted:
03 Feb 2010
Premiered:
Feb 3, 2010
Format:
Audio
Type:
Podcast
Language:
English

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