Application Security: Self-protection survey

In the past, the approach to application security has relied on a combination of application security testing prior to production and network perimeter defense. And while application security testing is a best practice, even for organizations with a Software Security Assurance program that is linked to the development lifecyle, fixing 100% of identified vulnerabilities may not be practical from a time-to-market perspective.  


Today, a new category of security is emerging that will compliment perimeter security and will focus on protecting applications in a production environment.  This new approach may be ideal for smaller security organizations where Software Security Assurance programs may not be practical from an investment standpoint.  And it will provide added protection for enterprises with more sophisticated security programs by protecting software from within the application rather than trying to interpret application behavior by monitoring network activity.


slate 7.jpgHelp us identify the key participants for production application self-protection
 and react to a few key words/phrases.  This survey is quick—only 5 questions. Completing this survey enters you in a drawing to win a Slate 7:  5 quick questions about application self-protection.


Thank you, and good luck!

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