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Effectively Tackling Hardcoded Secrets With a Secrets Management Maturity Model


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Hard coding secrets–usernames, passwords, tokens, API keys and more–is a risky practice that’s been around for as long as developers have been writing code. This problem is far from solved. In fact, hardcoded secrets are increasing in prevalence due to modern microservice-based architectures in which comments and services need to authenticate with each other securely and establish authorization mechanisms.

Tackling the problem of hardcoded secrets is not something most organizations do overnight. Doing it right requires a combination of approaches, technology, processes and organizational buy-in. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to build an effective secrets management program using a maturity model that helps you assess your current capabilities and plan your next steps.

This webinar covers:

  • What hardcoded secrets are
  • Why hardcoded secrets are a security risk
  • How to detect and remediate hardcoded secrets
  • How to use the maturity model to effectively manage your organization’s use of secrets
Orion Cassetto
Senior Director, Product Marketing, Cycode
Orion Cassetto has 15 years of experience marketing and product strategy for cybersecurity and web application security products. Prior to Cycode, Orion worked for other notable security vendors including Exabeam, Imperva, Incapsula, Distil Networks and Armorize Technologies. He is a security enthusiast and frequent speaker at conferences and trade shows.
Senior Product Marketing Manager, Cycode

Julie Peterson is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Cycode. Before joining Cycode, she wrote about security, open source, big data, advanced analytics and AI/ML for companies including WhiteSource Software, Alation, MapR and Arcadia. Her work has appeared in such publications as Forbes, DZone, Security Boulevard and Dark Reading. Prior to that, Julie was an instructional designer at IBM and a senior editor at IDC. Julie received her undergraduate degree at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and her master’s degree at the University of York in York, England.

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