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Austin | MAy 15 | 9am - 1pm

2024 API and Application Security Summit

The 2024 API and Application Security Summit is an immersive community event that will equip Security, DevOps, API, and Application professionals with the knowledge and insights needed to navigate the complexities of securing digital assets.

The event

The 2024 API and Application Security Summit, making its debut in Austin, brings together a distinguished panel of security leaders for a series of insightful talks. This premier event focuses on protecting modern applications and APIs, constructing solid security programs, and tackling the emerging threats of 2024.

Lone Star Court
10901 Domain Dr, Austin, TX 78758

Who Should Attend:

  • CISOs and security leaders

  • Application and Product Security Teams

  • DevSecOps

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the latest security threats and vulnerabilities in API and application security

  • Learn best practices for securing your systems and data

  • Hear from industry experts and thought leaders on their experiences and insights

  • Network with peers and build valuable connections in the industry

9:00 am - 9:30 am

Registration and Breakfast

9:30 am - 10:00 am

Session 1: API Threats in 2024
Ivan Novikov, Co-Founder at Wallarm

The Wallarm Research team has identified API vulnerabilities and exploits from last year, compiling them into our year-end report. This report highlights key trends and provides actionable insights that can help you strengthen your program in 2024.

10:00 am - 10:45 am

Session 2: Security Leader Panel
Join a group of security leaders and practitioners as they share practical insights on how they are tackling product security this year.
Some of our panelists:
Matt Johansen, Head of Software Security @ Reddit
Greg Martin, 3x Founder/CEO: of Ghost Security, JASK and Anomaly
Bankim Tejani, Senior Director, Security Architecture at H-E-B
Evan J Johnson, Former Product Security at Cloudflare, Co-Founder/CEO of RunReveal

10:45 am - 11:00 am

Coffee and Networking Break

11:00am - 11:30 am

Session 3: Perspectives on Application Security and AI
James Wickett, Founder of DryRun Security. Former Head of Research at Signal Sciences. Founder of the LASCON conference.

In this talk you’ll learn different perspectives on where AppSec and AI streams are overlapping and proving fruitful as well as introductions to tools, frameworks, prompt techniques and more.

11:30 pm - 12:00 pm

Session 4: Wallarm API Security Demo

12:05pm - 12:20 am

Session 5: API Authorization Renaissance
Mike Schwartz, Founder of Gluu

Controlling access to API endpoints is critical for business success. In the past 5 years, there has been a plethora of new authorization solutions. Is it finally time to externalize policies, i.e. to remove them from API code and Gateways? Fine Grain? Course Grain? What's a developer to do?

12:20 pm - 1 pm

Lunch and Networking


Matt Johansen
Head of Software Security, Reddit
Greg Martin
3x Founder/CEO: Ghost Security, JASK and Anomaly
Jawes Wickett
CEO & Co-Founder, DryRun Security
Ivan Novikov Headshot
Ivan Novikov
CEO and Co-founder, Wallarm
Bankim Tejani
Senior Director, Security Architecture at H-E-B
Evan J Johnson
Former Product Security at Cloudflare, Co-Founder/CEO of RunReveal
Tim Ebbers
Field CTO, Wallarm

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