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Is IAST the Next Big Thing in AppSec?


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Sponsored by SYNOPSYS

Thursday, May 13, 2021
1 pm ET

Interactive application security testing (IAST) provides distinct advantages over traditional application security testing methods. No matter where you are in your AppSec maturity and test readiness model, you can benefit from real-time vulnerability testing in running applications. If you don’t already have an IAST or dynamic application security testing strategy, now is the time to make one.

Join us for this live Synopsys webinar to learn why security and development teams are relying on IAST tools to fill the gap between static (SAST) and dynamic testing (DAST). We’ll cover:

  • What IAST is and why you should care
  • How IAST has quickly evolved to speed up modern application security testing
  • How to test and secure new technologies including microservices, APIs, and more
  • Where IAST fits into your SDLC
  • What to look for in an IAST tool

Don’t miss this informative webinar. Register today.
Kimm Yeo
Product Marketing Mgmt, Synopsys Software Integrity - Synopsys
Kimm has held various senior product marketing and management roles in the enterprise software and solution space, ranging from Solaris operating software, ERP, to modern application lifecycle management solutions, DevOps and app security. She has also previously led various strategic product and process improvement initiatives. Kimm is a certified Six Sigma, CISSP trained and has an MBA from Santa Clara University.
Eugene Pakhomov
Sales Engineer - Synopsys
Eugene has worked in application security since 2014 focusing on Software Composition Analysis and Interactive Application Security. Eugene is CISSP and a member of ISC2 East Bay Chapter.

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