Risky Business Podcast Interviews Ferruh Mavituna on How to Find Vulnerabilities in 1,000 Web Applications

Listen to our CEO Ferruh Mavituna’s interview on the Risky Business podcast, in which he explains how enterprises can use their resources and the right tools to scan 1,000 web applications in just twenty-four hours.

Award-winning journalist Patrick Gray interviewed our CEO, Ferruh Mavituna, on how to find vulnerabilities in more than 1,000 web applications.

During the interview, Ferruh explains that once you publish a web application online – even if it is a very basic one – a hacker will find it within a few minutes. This highlights how important it is for enterprises to ensure that all of their web applications are secure.

Ferruh also explains that the automated nature of Netsparker Enterprise facilitates the task of keeping thousands of websites and web applications secure. Development teams will not be overwhelmed by securing a large number of websites.

Toward the end of the interview, Ferruh also provides tips on how teams can start to tackle the massive problem of securing thousands of web applications, where their effort should be directed, and how best to use team resources quickly and efficiently.

You can listen to the full Risky Business Episode #468 episode from the Risky Business website. Ferruh’s interview is the last feature in the podcast, which begins at 37 minutes.

About the Author

Ferruh Mavituna - Founder, Strategic Advisor

Ferruh Mavituna is the founder and CEO of Invicti Security, a world leader in web application vulnerability scanning. His professional obsessions lie in web application security research, automated vulnerability detection, and exploitation features. He has authored several web security research papers and tools and delivers animated appearances at cybersecurity conferences and on podcasts. Exuberant at the possibilities open to organizations by the deployment of automation, Ferruh is keen to demonstrate what can be achieved in combination with Invicti’s award-winning products, Netsparker and Acunetix.