WEBINAR – ON-DEMAND
Invicti AppSec Indicator: Scan more. Fix more. Reduce risk.
There’s nothing like cold hard data to set the record straight on security. Each year we analyze the most common web application vulnerabilities across thousands of assets and release the annual Invicti AppSec Indicator report.
New research reveals how headline-grabbing breaches and pandemic-driven industry changes are influencing scan behavior and broader coverage.
As part of this webinar, we will share a deep dive into the trends currently impacting AppSec programs and share some of the best practices that will help you achieve efficiencies in your program.
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Join Invicti Director of Product, Patrick Vandenberg,
as he presents the major web vulnerability trends and important highlights including:
- The latest insights and trends to guide best practices in vulnerability identification and remediation
- Data that proves organizations can effectively reduce the risk of a breach by increasing web vulnerability scan frequency and expanding application and API scan exposure
- How enterprise and SMB organizations successfully improve security posture by shifting their efforts both left and right by continuously scanning for security issues earlier in the software development pipeline and in production
Join this webinar to learn how baking in continuous scanning will help your organization find and fix more high-severity flaws faster and improve overall security posture.
Director of Product
A seasoned cybersecurity leader, Patrick Vandenberg is the Director of Product at Invicti Security. He works closely with security and DevSecOps stakeholders to understand today’s cybersecurity pain points so we can continue to help our customers solve their application security challenges. As an alumnus of several cybersecurity companies, including Hunters, Snyk, and IBM Security, Patrick brings over 20 years of experience in cybersecurity across product marketing and product management roles. Patrick holds a degree in Systems & Computer Engineering from Carleton University and, in his free time, continues a longtime passion for coaching and playing hockey.