HCL AppScan pinpoints application vulnerabilities, allowing for quick remediation in every phase of the development lifecycle. Powerful DevSecOps delivering best-in-class application security testing tools to ensure your business and your customers are not vulnerable to attacks. Enabling developers to write code with fewer vulnerabilities and allowing teams to collaborate scanning activities, you’ll find an entire suite of dynamic, scalable, and comprehensive security testing tools with AppScan.
Bright Security is a developer-first Dynamic Application Security Testing Tool, also known as a DAST. Founded in 2018, Bright’s mission is to enable AppSec teams to provide the governance for securing APIs and WebApps while enabling developers to take ownership of the actual security testing and remediation work early in the SDLC. The evidence of this mission being fulfilled lies in Bright being the first of its kind to integrate DAST testing into unit tests, Bright’s finesse in integrating into CI/CD pipelines, and Bright’s many educational programs designed for developers to adapt an ‘early and often’ posture when it comes for testing for security vulnerabilities. With the Bright engine’s stellar technical and business logic, minimal false positives, and developer-centric design, there is no need for manual validation of security findings, removing costly and time consuming human bottlenecks that cripple rapid releases and drain dev team’s limited security resources. To learn more and try Bright out today, visit www.brightsec.com
Because Hope is not a Strategy
Competent consulting and training in Cyber Security and Privacy for small and medium sized organizations. No geek-speak, everyone can follow. We offer specialized courses for your C-Suite and your IT-Department. Every solution we offer is affordable and designed to prevent – or significantly limit – damage through a potential breach.
The ArmorCode AppSecOps platform helps organizations reduce application exposure and risk while scaling AppSec effectiveness and impact by 10X or more. ArmorCode delivers AppSec Posture Management, Universal Vulnerability Management, DevSecOps Automation, and Compliance Management, in a single platform. ArmorCode customers get complete visibility of the application inventory and are able to automate and simplify their AppSec processes. ArmorCode’s marquee customers include #1 brands in Media and Entertainment, Big 4 consulting companies and several leading organizations in Finance, Business Services and Software Development among others.
VULNERA builds solutions that help organizations with the heavy-lifting so stakeholders can focus on what matters – remediating security issues.
Happy Hour Sponsor
The world of digital security is ready to evolve beyond distrust. People want less stress, less fear, and more peace of mind: less worry, and more confidence. Quokka (formerly Kryptowire), is a different kind of digital security and privacy company. Our proactive, light-touch, easy to use solutions put users and their privacy first, helping people, teams, and enterprises around the world take back control of their digital security in the new work and live anywhere world. To learn more about how to become Quokka Secure please visit www.quokka.io
Open Web Application Security Project, Los Angeles
OWASP is a not-for-profit, worldwide organization focused on improving the security of all software. Our mission is to make software security visible, so that people and organizations can make informed decisions about true application security risks. Everyone is free to participate in OWASP and all of our materials are available under a free and open software license.
The OWASP LA Chapter meets the 4th Wednesday of each month.
Information Systems Security Association, Los Angeles
Connecting the Southern California Information Community since 1982
The Los Angeles Chapter is the founding chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA ®), a not-for-profit, international organization of information security professionals and practitioners. It provides educational forums, publications and peer interaction opportunities that enhance the knowledge, skill and professional growth of its members. Join us: issala.org
Women’s Society of Cyber Jutsu
“The Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC), a 501(c)3 non-profit, is dedicated to raising awareness of cybersecurity career opportunities and advancement for women in the field, closing the gender gap and the overall workforce gap in information security roles. “