May 13, 2021
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Lessons From AppSec Pentesting

The application layer continues to be the most attacked, and the hardest to defend. Cybercriminals understand the value of information exchanged and stored in web applications, and according to Verizon’s Data Breach Investigations Report, almost half (43%) of data breaches are the result of application vulnerabilities.

Below are just a few of the topics covered:

  • Top application security threats observed in the field
  • Best practices for setting your AppSec strategy
  • Considerations and lessons-learned
  • What we don’t see enough and wish we did
  • Recommendations for ensuring whatever you release is battle-ready
  • A brief word on cloud



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About the Author
Shaun Bertrand
Shaun Bertrand
Chief Services Officer
Shaun Bertrand is the Chief Services Officer at Converge. Shaun brings over 20 years of experience in the information security field with a core focus on providing penetration testing and vulnerability assessment services to enterprise organizations. Shaun has been CISSP certified since 2004 and is proficient in several technical services including AV obfuscation, social engineering, exploit development, critical systems protection, endpoint security, event management, incident response, intrusion detection, ICS/SCADA, and malware prevention. Shaun has taught security classes at the University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University and is a frequent speaker at security conferences and local hacking groups.
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