Original Air Date: December 12, 2017

1pm ET 

What good is an application meeting functionality requirements if it is left vulnerable to a cyber-attack? With an increasing number of large-scale data breaches being traced back to the application layer, it is more important than ever that developers be empowered to truly own application security as a function of overall software quality.

Join this webinar to hear CA Veracode’s leading product and development experts discuss the findings of the recent 2017 State of Software Security Developer Guide – designed to provide data-driven insights especially for the developer community. They will discuss key data insights extracted from 400,000 application scans over a 12-month period, covering applications written in more than a dozen programming languages, across organizations large and small, and different industries. With these insights you’ll be able to benchmark your own performance and better understand the challenges and successes of creating great, secure software.

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Tim Jarrett, Sr. Director, Product Management at Veracode

Tim Jarrett is Senior Director of Product Management at Veracode. A Grammy-award winning product professional with more than 20 years of experience building and marketing software, he joined Veracode in 2008 after prior stints at Microsoft and American Management Systems (now CACI).  He has previously spoken at the RSA Conference, BSides SF, DevOpsDays NYC, ApacheCon Europe, and BrisTech, as well as on webcasts for, Black Hat, SC Magazine, Dark Reading, and the SANS Institute. He received his BS in Physics from the University of Virginia, and his MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. He can be followed on Twitter at @tojarrett.


Matthew Runkle, Sr. Security Consultant at Veracode

Matthew Runkle is a member of CA Veracode’s Security Consulting team. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a M.S. in Cybersecurity from New York University. Matt has experience in both defense and commercial spaces conducting application and network security research for organizations like DARPA since 2010. Prior to that, he worked as a software developer, both freelance and for various defense contractors.

Outside of security, Matt facilitates leadership conferences nationally for university student groups and serves on the Board of Trustees for a national fraternity. He can be followed on Twitter at @runkalicious”