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Introducing Credential Stuffing Detection
Introducing Credential Stuffing Detection
Introducing Credential Stuffing Detection
Introducing Credential Stuffing Detection
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WEBINAR

November 4, 2021

Product Security: Lessons Learnt In the Trenches

Product Security teams, and infosec in general, has no shortages of organizational models, regulatory guidance on program structure, industry best practices on measurements of effectiveness, or in general, a body of suggested models and paradigms to slice and dice your infosec program to ensure coverage, effectiveness, and efficiency.

Raj Umadas, experienced product security leader & Wallarm adviser, has been lucky to help build a number of infosec teams representing quite a diverse slice of these models. While on these teams, he has come across a few guiding principles that seem to transcend any specific model adopted by the organization. He will present a few of these principles. He aims to provide enough details to help you find commonalities in your program or organization that might inspire new ways to support your stakeholders or reduce risk for your organization.

Please join hands on practical webinar with Wallarm experts & you will learn:

  • Identify and cultivate rewarding partnerships with stakeholders
  • Finding and supporting the “Golden Path”
  • Focus on problems you solve now
  • Thinking about the semantically smaller space

Who should attend:

  • Product Security managers
  • Heads of AppSec
  • CISO’s
  • CTO/VP of Engineering

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Our Speakers

Rajendra Umadas
Director of Security at ActBlue

Our Speakers

Rajendra Umadas
Director of Security at ActBlue

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