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January 26, 2023 11:00 AM

How CISOs Can Build an API Security Program

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CISOs always have to balance between enabling and securing the business. But achieving that balance has become more difficult in an API-first world where development moves faster than ever before and exposing more sensitive data through an expanding portfolio of APIs – leaving security teams having to play catch-up.

Join Rajendra Umadas, Senior Platform Security Manager at ActBlue, and Stepan Ilyin, Wallarm co-founder, for a fireside chat to learn more about the necessary components of a robust security program to better protect your organization’s APIs and web applications:

  • Full Visibility: Asset management is the cornerstone of any robust security program. But what elements are needed to ensure you have the required visibility and data?
  • Run-time Protection: Protecting APIs is especially challenging as development forges ahead at warp speed and we face a highly dynamic API threat environment. So, what should you consider when designing a program to protect against API threats?
  • DevOps Collaboration: Security teams have to understand where the business is headed and how DevOps will support the vision. How do you ensure that all stakeholders are collaborating to ensure business success?

Our speakers:

Stepan Ilyin

Stepan Ilyin

Co-Founder of Wallarm

Rajendra Umadas

Rajendra Umadas

Senior Platform Security Manager at ActBlue

Experienced product security leader & Wallarm adviser