[Owasp-leaders] HP NEWS: Briefing on the First Real-time Application Security Analysis Solution
jim.manico at owasp.org
Thu Apr 28 15:46:14 EDT 2011
Can anyone help me come up with **tough** questions to ask HP for an OWASP Podcast? Conversation with HP PR below….
From: Malia, Celeste [mailto:celeste.malia at hp.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2011 11:12 AM
To: Jim Manico
Subject: RE: HP NEWS: Briefing on the First Real-time Application Security Analysis Solution
Sounds great, we’d be happy to participate. Are there specific questions that you’d like to send over?
I can then make sure we have the right speaker on the podcast. Will that work?
From: Jim Manico [mailto:jim.manico at owasp.org]
Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2011 1:40 PM
To: Malia, Celeste
Subject: Re: HP NEWS: Briefing on the First Real-time Application Security Analysis Solution
I'd love to have another HP resource on the OWASP Podcast!
As is standard format for my show, I'd like to ask your speaker some challenging but respectful questions about this space. We can pre-arrange those questions ahead of time.
Does that sound good? It makes for a very compelling podcast!
OWASP Podcast Producer and Host
On Apr 12, 2011, at 8:04 PM, "Malia, Celeste" <celeste.malia at hp.com> wrote:
Would you be interested in a briefing opportunity with HP, to discuss how we are building out the HP Security Intelligence and Risk Management Framework <http://media.omediaweb.com/rsa2011/exclusive/webcast-launcher-2-2-hp.htm> to make us stronger in application security?
The inner-workings of an application can only be seen through a combination of static analysis, dynamic analysis and run-time analysis. The type of 'deep inspection' that's required to truly see "inside" an application and determine how flaws relate, how they're exploited and where in the source code they can ultimately be fixed is no small feature. This problem has been worked on for well over a decade, and only now through the bringing together of both static and dynamic analysis, can we truly start to dig deep into a problem that has silently plagued application security for a very long time.
To effectively address this ever-mounting concern for enterprises, organizations need the right approach, technology and information to effectively manage business risk to protect against malicious software attacks. Here at HP, we’ve been building that capability and want to let you hear the results.
We look forward to the opportunity to speak live with you.
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