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Application Security

Wisdom From A Thought Leader: AppSec Best Practices

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Jeff Williams, CTO at Contrast Security and finalist for Innovative Thought Leader at Black Hat USA 2016, talks about his passion for open-source information sharing in the application security space. He also discusses Contrast's web app vulnerability detector with new run-time application self protection (RASP) that works inside the app.

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