The Cloud Native AppSec Playbook
Security Guidance for Multi-Cloud Environments
This playbook guides engineering, operations, and security teams with the “how” and “why” of cloud native application security.
Reaching the Tipping Point of Web Application and API Security
Why yesterday’s web app & API security tools no longer meet the needs of today’s dev and sec teams.
It’s not NotPetya
Risky.Biz chats with Doug DePerry about the unique security challenges in the cryptocurrency space.
Azure App Service & Cloud-Native Signal Sciences Deployment
Discussing what enterprises have to do while adapting legacy apps in to Azure, while doing in a secure, steady way without leaving any gaps. Signal Sciences site extension makes sure your apps are covered across the board, and will protect any app in Azure.
Everyone’s messing with TrickBot
Netflix senior security engineer Scott Behrens talks about how Netflix handles appsec.
Securing Enterprise Digital Transformations
The drivers behind transformation, or roadblocks, come in different forms. Mergers and acquisitions present both security challenges and opportunities for growth. Join us for a discussion on these topics with Jimmy Mesta from Signal Sciences!
Effects of COVID-19 on Web Applications
Zane Lackey joins us once again to talk about Zero Trust, Cloud Security, and the impact of COVID-19 on Digital Transformation! This segment is sponsored by Signal Sciences.
Signal Sciences protects Datadog by immediately filtering and blocking attacks without extensive or ongoing rules tuning, giving their security team breathing room to focus on high-priority tasks and projects.
The Future State of AppSec
Phillip joins ASW to discuss how he anticipates Application Security will change over the next 5+ years.
BloomNation easily identifies malicious traffic and stops it from hitting their servers using Signal Sciences rate limiting features.
Stir Crazy Lockdown Edition
Andrew Becherer discusses challenges with building a security team and getting effective testing, especially on a shoestring budget.
Zoombombing, Zero Days, & More
Security Weekly talks to Daniel Hampton about how security has changed due to COVID-19 fueled work from home.
Lessons Learned From The DevSecOps Trenches
Security Weekly talks to Doug DePerry about ways to approach DevOps security and much more.
The Rush to Azure and Securing Web Apps Against Logic Flaws
Zane discusses the increase in Azure usage and how to protect web apps from logic flaws.
Vimeo deployed Signal Sciences quickly to protect a growing number of new sites deployed in AWS infrastructure.
DeNA needed to scale its web security as it expanded its digital experiences for its customers, but its legacy WAF caused multiple issues and made it difficult to operate efficiently.
Cyber Monday is for Hackers
Brendon discusses how e-tailers are struggling to balance security with site performance during Black Friday traffic surges.
The Changing Web Application Protection Landscape
Brendon discusses with Security Ledger the growing risks posed by insecure web application APIs.
Developing an Effective AppSec Security Program
Brendon Macareg from Signal Sciences and Security Weekly discuss what a dev team needs to put an effective security program in place.
Container, Kubernetes, and Docker Security
Security Weekly talks to Doug Coburn of Signal Sciences about security with containers, Kubernetes, and Docker.
HTTP Request smuggling
Risky.Biz talks to Cody Wood of Signal Sciences about http request smuggling. What it is and why it’s a nightmare to fix.
Security Concerns in Kubernetes and the Signal Sciences Approach
Security Weekly talks Security Concerns in Kubernetes and the Signal Sciences Approach (our 7 ways to install/secure apps deployed in K8s)
Cloud WAF and Political Realities of Getting Security Tools Deployed
Risky.biz talks with Signal Sciences CSO Zane Lackey about the new Cloud WAF product, political realities of getting security tools deployed and more...
Signal Sciences on Serverless, App-layer Deception and more
Risky.biz talks to Signal Sciences Phillip Maddux about Application Security SDLC and shifting security left, Application Abuse and more...
Winning Group needed to complete application layer protection and visibility that would scale with the growth of their e-commerce sales.
Chick-fil-A sought a flexible and effective web application security solution to protect mobile and web apps that improve customer satisfaction and drive revenue growth.
Eventbrite needed to strengthen their security posture and PCI compliance on their global properties
Cybrary needed to modernize their security infrastructure to gain real-time visibility and complete attack coverage over their business critical applications
Namely required a web defense solution that provides fast time to value and return on investment while protecting customer data.
Finn AI sought API protection that would install easily and scale effectively while being light on resources and provide protection against OWASP Top 10 and zero-day exploit attempts.
Prezi replaced an existing, labor-intensive tool with Signal Sciences next-gen WAF to provide automated, accurate protection for their web applications.
Investing.com leverages Signal Sciences to stop bots and protect valuable data without false positives
Snapdocs relies on Signal Sciences to Prevent Account Takeovers and Wire Fraud
Autoscaling Production Application Security in Betterment’s CI/CD Pipeline
Microservices and API Security for OFX’s International Wire Transfer Business
Data-driven Defense Enables LeanTaaS to Provide Better Healthcare Experiences
Castlight Relies on Signal Sciences for Innovative Security Insights