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DEFINITION: Application security is the use of software, hardware, and procedural methods to protect applications from external threats. Security measures built into applications and a sound application security routine minimize the likelihood that hackers will be able to manipulate applications and access, steal, modify, or delete sensitive data. Once an afterthought in software design, security is becoming an  … 
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Developer Training on SharePoint 2010
sponsored by Microsoft Corporation India Pvt Ltd
VIDEO: This training course was designed for professional developers interested in using Microsoft SharePoint 2010 to rapidly develop and deploy solutions. The course contains a series of videos and presentations that will help guide you along the way.
Posted: 10 Dec 2009 | Premiered: 10 Dec 2009

Microsoft Corporation India Pvt Ltd

How Application Whitelisting Can Increase Your Desktop Security
sponsored by Faronics
WEBCAST: In the past, many security pros relied on one technology to protect their computers and networks. Today, most organizations use several technologies to protect their organization. In this webcast, learn how application whitelisting enhances current defenses and covers situations not addressed by firewalls and antivirus.
Posted: 19 Nov 2009 | Premiered: Nov 19, 2009

Faronics

Podcast: Insider Threats - an Interview with the Former Deputy Director of the National Security Agency - NSA
sponsored by Imperva
PODCAST: Bill Crowell, former Deputy Director of the NSA, is interviewed in this podcast. He talks extensively about insider threats, shares some stories from the trenches, and discusses the nature of cybercrime. Bill also covers the importance of sensitive data protection –- especially around mission-critical applications and databases.
Posted: 12 Nov 2009 | Premiered: Nov 12, 2009

Imperva

This Month in the Threat Webscape -- August 2009
sponsored by Websense, Inc.
VIDEO: The Websense Security Labs Team provides a review of threats occurring during the month of August 2009. Highlighted is the massive DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack on Twitter, Google Blogger, LiveJournal, and Facebook centered around 1 person: Cyxymu, a pro-Georgia blogger who is an active critic of Moscow's politics.
Posted: 08 Oct 2009 | Premiered: 08 Sep 2009

Websense, Inc.

Optimize Business and IT With New Generation Application Lifecycle Management
sponsored by SAP Community Network
WEBCAST: This webcast provides a complete overview of application lifecycle management (ALM) and discusses how SAP's integrated and open approach to ALM can accelerate innovation, ensure business continuity, reduce risk and lower TCO.
Posted: 15 Sep 2009 | Premiered: Sep 30, 2009, 12:00 EDT (16:00 GMT)

SAP Community Network

Enhance Security with Intel® vPro™ Technology
sponsored by Intel Corporation
VIDEO: Security and compliance are strong values even in a down economy. Hear from a variety of clients that have used Intel® vPro™ Technology to identify problems, disable and enable the network, enhance patch management, and enabled them to isolate threats quickly and efficiently.
Posted: 08 Sep 2009 | Premiered: 08 Sep 2009

Intel Corporation

Rational® AppScan® Standard Edition V7.8
sponsored by IBM
TRIAL SOFTWARE: Rational® AppScan® Standard Edition V7.8 automates vulnerability assessments and scans and tests for all common Web application vulnerabilities including SQL-injection, cross-site scripting, and buffer overflow.
Posted: 16 Mar 2009 | Premiered: 13 Mar 2009

IBM

IBM Application Security Solutions Demo
sponsored by IBM
SOFTWARE DEMO: IBM's application security solutions allow companies to preemptively and actively protect applications from external and internal threats, increase efficiencies, support compliance and improve an organization's overall security posture.
Posted: 22 Dec 2008 | Premiered: 19 Dec 2008

IBM

Key Steps to Securing Your Organization and Evicting a Hacker
sponsored by Foundstone, Inc.
PODCAST: This podcast will tech you key steps for getting your company back on track after a security breach. It discusses effective measures that can be put into place, and how to take a proactive approach in securing your company against malicious attacks.
Posted: 30 Apr 2008 | Premiered: Apr 30, 2008, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)

Foundstone, Inc.

RTDiscover
sponsored by FaceTime Communications
PRODUCT DEMO: The Internet has changed. Email and Web browsing traffic entering enterprise networks is now dwarfed by greynets like IM, VoIP and P2P, opening channels for potential malware coming in, as well as the danger of sensitive information leaking out
Posted: 10 Dec 2007 | Premiered: 10 Dec 2007

FaceTime Communications

AppDetective
sponsored by Application Security, Inc.
TRIAL SOFTWARE: Try this IT download today and see how it can help increase your company's overall security by locating, examining and fixing security holes within your network. Try Application Security's easy to use and deploy AppDetective tool today.
Posted: 17 Nov 2006 | Premiered: 01 Mar 2006

Application Security, Inc.

Best Practices for Protecting Microsoft Exchange
sponsored by Symantec Corporation
WEBCAST: The right data management solution can offer the right tools to help manage your applications in an efficient manner. This webcast offers best practices and solutions that bring the peace of mind that data is protected and readily recoverable.
Posted: 17 May 2006 | Premiered: Mar 23, 2006

Symantec Corporation
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APPLICATION SECURITY DEFINITION (continued): …  increasingly important concern during development as applications become more frequently accessible over networks and are, as a result, vulnerable to a wide variety of threats. Actions taken to ensure application security are sometimes called countermeasures. The most basic software countermeasure is an application firewall that limits the execution of files or the handling of data by specific installed programs. The most common hardware countermeasure is a router that can prevent the IP address of an individual computer from being directly visible on the Internet. Other countermeasures include … 
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