Imvision launches new application security programme
API security technology company Imvision has launched its Executive Education Programme with a three-part webinar series: Rethinking Application Security. The programme for enterprise security leaders from around the world, offers a unique opportunity to gain expert insights and exchange knowledge on application security in the API-first era. Speakers include security leaders and technologists from BNP Paribas, Allegiant Airlines, Mastercard, HCL, Leveris, Akamai Technologies, and Axway.
Imvision says securing applications has become much more than a technical solution or a product. It's about effective planning to stay on top of development cycles; it's about working together between teams to reduce risk; it's about effectively communicating potential risks to the business. Application security must be reimagined in an API-first world, where applications are living, breathing, and constantly growing.
"In the API-first era, as the pace of development is accelerating, some of the traditional foundations of application security, from ownership to governance to frameworks, are steadily losing relevance and effectiveness. I am delighted to announce the launch of the first ever executive series, bringing unique insights from security and technology experts worldwide," says Sharon Mantin, CEO and Co-Founder of Imvision.
The series will run every two weeks from June 2 to June 30, 2021. Through conversations and presentations by renowned security and technology experts, it will highlight how application security is reinvented by top enterprises.
"This programme will support security professionals, at the executive level, in their journey to build a solid API security backbone. It will help address the void of traditional application security tools that no longer fit the API-first era," says Ariana Leena Lavanya, Analyst at The Fast Mode.
"The use of distributed, cloud-based architectures for example, are predisposing enterprises to new API-related vulnerabilities and threats. Tools that address these concerns are therefore key to managing today's applications."
For further information on the programme: https://hubs.li/H0N-Vbk0