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SANS - 2015 State of Application Security: Closing the Gap

New web and mobile apps let today's businesses reach out to new customers. But they also open the door to hackers looking for vulnerabilities they can exploit to steal customer data or intellectual property. This SANS survey examines the state of application security. It finds that application builders (development organizations) and application defenders (security professionals) share responsibility for application security, but they face widely divergent challenges in keeping applications safe.

Read the survey results to learn:

  • The top challenges for app builders and defenders
  • Which apps concern them most
  • What app sec standards and models are most widely applied
  • How they manage risk from 3rd party apps

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