Demonstrations of WhiteHat Scout and a Blueprint for Secure DevOps Featured in Booth #6147
Santa Clara, Calif., September 28, 2017 – WhiteHat Security, the leading application security provider committed to securing digital business, will be exhibiting at JavaOne 2017, October 2-4 at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, CA. WhiteHat’s security experts will be on hand to offer industry insights by leading sessions for Java developers at the event, as well as to demonstrate the recently launched WhiteHat Scout product.
WhiteHat Scout is a fully automated static application security testing (SAST) product delivering an industry-leading combination of speed, accuracy and guidance to reinvent the way developers can create secure software. It is an innovative addition to the WhiteHat Application Security Platform that will be demoed at JavaOne to show attendees how to bridge the gap between security and DevOps to secure digital business. In addition, to celebrate National Cyber Security Awareness Month, the company is offering a free six-month trial of WhiteHat Scout if customers sign up between now and October 31, 2017.
JavaOne, an annual conference organized by Oracle Corporation to discuss Java technologies, primarily among Java developers, is held in conjunction with the larger Oracle OpenWorld event. During this year’s JavaOne conference, you can also find WhiteHat Security experts as featured speakers. Details here:
JavaOne Speaking Session: Applying Secure Design Patterns in Java Microservices [CON7774] Who: Eric Sheridan, Chief Scientist, Static Code Analysis Division, & Setumadhav Kulkarni
Vice President, Product Management
When: Wednesday, October 4, 11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Pacific Time
Where: Moscone West – Room 2022
Description: Vulnerable applications are often the wormhole connecting malicious hackers to an organization’s assets. As application creators, developers need to have knowledge of secure design patterns in their arsenal to stop hackers in their tracks. This session explores secure coding design patterns necessary to build secure microservices within the Java ecosystem. Participants will learn how to:
- Define and adopt secure design patterns in the Java ecosystem
- Identify and abstract complex security APIs through facade patterns and microservices
- Establish and enforce trust boundaries within a microservices architecture
- Leverage third-party Java frameworks to accelerate secure microservices implementations
Sheridan and Kulkarni will also be speaking at Oracle Code, a free developer event run by developers and hosted during JavaOne and Oracle OpenWorld. Details here:
Oracle Code Speaking Session: Java Microservices: Your Guide to Applying Secure Design Patterns [CON7949]
When: Tuesday, October 3, 9:30 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Pacific Time
Where: Moscone West – Room 2000
Description: A robust knowledge of secure design patterns is necessary to build secure microservices within the Java ecosystem. As application creators, developers need to know how to define and adopt on secure design patterns using the Java ecosystem, identify and abstract complex security APIs through façade patterns and microservices, establish and enforce trust boundaries within a microservices architecture, and leverage third-party Java frameworks to accelerate secure microservices implementations. Join this session to learn how you can create safe applications utilizing secure design patterns and gain valuable secure coding skills.
At the JavaOne booth, WhiteHat will also offer attending developers its 12th annual WhiteHat Applications Security Statistics Report, which features evidence reinforcing the positive impact DevSecOps can have on an organization’s security posture. All booth visitors will receive a gift card for the free WhiteHat Scout six-month trial and other fun give-aways.
- Come see us at JavaOne in booth #6147 on the first level of Moscone West for a demo of WhiteHat Scout, Monday, October 2 – Wednesday, October 4, 2017
- Sign up before the show for a free six-month trial of WhiteHat Scout in celebration of National Cyber Security Awareness month in October
- Visit the WhiteHat Learning Labs to find additional educational resources for Developers and information on the WhiteHat Certified Secure Developer program
About WhiteHat Security
WhiteHat Security has been in the business of securing applications for over 15 years.
In that time, we’ve seen applications evolve and become the driving force of the digital business, but they’ve also remained the primary target of malicious hacks. The WhiteHat Application Security Platform is a cloud service that allows organizations to bridge the gap between security and development to deliver secure applications at the speed of business. This innovative platform is one of the reasons why WhiteHat has won numerous awards and been positioned by Gartner as a Leader in application security testing four times in row. The company is headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., with regional offices across the U.S. and Europe. For more information on WhiteHat Security, please visit www.whitehatsec.com, and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.