Recorded May 15, 2019 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Interview: Ferruh Mavituna, Netsparker
Ferruh Mavituna is the Founder and Product Manager of Netsparker. He developed the first and only proof-based web security scanner with state-of-the-art, accurate vulnerability detection and exploitation features, used by thousands companies around the world today. From 2002-2006, he worked for Turkish Army and Police. Ferruh is a frequent speaker at several conferences about Web Application Security and has released several research papers and tools.
Centralization of Web Application Security Large Enterprises - Advantages, Disadvantages, and Challenges
Centralization vs. Decentralization of security is an interesting topic. Decentralization in web app penetration testing is popular in many large organizations because no good centralized solutions solve this problem. Instead small teams do independent or random testing, without consistency or well-defined processes. Web security automation is a better approach. If you have 100 actively developed applications across 10 different development teams, can you (and should you) centralize security testing?
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