The Devops-Ready Security Program

Your peers and co-workers are ready for the transformation: 45% of respondents to the 2016 Puppet Labs State of DevOps survey said they expect DevOps to improve security. High-performing DevOps organizations that incorporate security into DevOps report 50% less time spent remediating security issues 2.

The implication is clear: Improving the DevOps maturity of your security program is critical to time-to market and product quality and resilience.

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Contrast Assess

Contrast Assess transforms an organization’s ability to secure software by making applications self-protecting.

This whitepaper will cover how Contrast Assess’ unique Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST) architecture makes software capable of assessing itself continuously for vulnerabilities, while providing the highest accuracy, efficiency, and coverage.

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Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST)

Software affects virtually every aspect of an individual’s finances, safety, government, communication, businesses, and even happiness. Individuals need to trust software — and it makes one feel less safe when it is misused or causes harm to others. So, in response to these concerns, Contrast Security created interactive application security testing (IAST) software called Contrast Assess, that enables software applications to protect themselves against cyber attacks. Contrast Assess is accurate, easy to install, simple to use and scalable

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5 RASP Facts That Transform Your Application Security Program

This brief outlines 5 facts Application Security professionals must know about Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP). RASP is an emerging technology that provides visibility into application attacks and other security events, and quickly easily stops hackers.

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RFP Guide: 6 Must Include Topics

Changing technology vendors is an important process. But, understanding the details is critical to ensure your organization is making the best decision – especially when it comes to secure web gateways, the first and last line of defense for your network. Given the gateway’s mission-critical nature and the evolving security landscape, there are a handful of questions everyone should be asking their potential secure web gateway solution vendors. Read this whitepaper to learn the six must-include topics for your Secure Web Gateway RFP.

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Secure Web Gateway as a Service: Simplifying the Path to Network Security

Software as a service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Platform as a Service (PaaS) are just a few of the now commonplace solutions that have been born through the cloud. Rather than forcing companies to expend resources on deploying and maintaining certain IT functions, “as-a-service” products can be leveraged as subscriptions and hosted off-premises in a provider’s data center or virtual environment.

The iboss Distributed Gateway Platform is the first and only Web Gateway as a Service that provides predictable pricing and can be tailored to the needs of almost any network configuration. Read this whitepaper to learn how your company can benefit from a Web Gateway as a Service.

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Why Next-Generation Firewalls Aren’t an All-Encompassing Solution

As the cybersecurity threat landscape evolved over the past 20-plus years, the firewalls originally employed by IT the world over grew increasingly ineffective at blocking bad actors from accessing network data. Next-generation firewalls (NGFWs) aims to fill those gaps, but do they really provide an all-encompassing solution for network security? And how do they differ from secure web gateways (SWGs) in their ability to evaluate data entering and leaving the network?

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  • What are the characteristic features of NGFWs, and how far do they go in securing the network perimeter?
  • Both NGFWs and secure web gateways (SGWs) greet traffic entering and leaving the network – so what’s the difference?
  • Where do NGFWs feature in a layered cybersecurity strategy, and what additional defenses need to be put in place on either side of the network perimeter to assure the best defense?
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