Prioritizing Vulnerabilities On Cloud And in Software - CVE and the Land of Broken Dreams

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Prioritizing Vulnerabilities on Cloud and in Software

Modern Approach to vulnerability management, prioritization, and why CVE are not sufficient anymore

Vulnerabilities are increasing on a yearly basis.

First has recorded an increase of 34% of new vulnerabilities declared

10% of the total number of vulnerabilities relly matters

70% of developers admit skipping security steps because there is just too much chaos and confusion

54% of security professionals considering quitting in the next year because of burnout

Why Prioritizing vulnerabilities? Can you afford not to?

89% of organizations interviewed during the latest 22 Verizon data breach report have suffered a breach with a total of 34.23 M losses

39% of the breached organization reported a loss due to software security, credentials in the repository or Cloud misconfiguration.

In a modern sea of vulnerabilities and dev teams avoiding security checks and resolutions due to the sheer amount of vulnerabilities, can you afford not to prioritize vulnerabilities?
Vulnerabilities are currently treated as volumetrics instead of risk. Have we reached a breaking point?
In the white paper, we explore why CVE and CVSS alone are insufficient.

Modern Approach to vulnerability management, prioritization, and why CVE are not sufficient anymore
  • Severity of vulnerabilities
  • Locality and where those vulnerabilities appear
  • Business Impact
  • Probability of exploitation based on cyber threat intel

Modern organizations applying DevSecOps methodologies require a multi-approach to Vulnerability Management spending.
Read some of the use cases and success stories of organizations that manage to prioritize

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Jeevan Singh

Founder of Manicode Security

Jeevan Singh is the Director of Security Engineering at Rippling, with a background spanning various Engineering and Security leadership roles over the course of his career. He’s dedicated to the integration of security practices into software development, working to create a security-aware culture within organizations and imparting security best practices to the team.
In his role, Jeevan handles a range of tasks, from architecting security solutions to collaborating with Engineering Leadership to address security vulnerabilities at scale and embed security into the fabric of the organization.

James Berthoty

Founder of Latio Tech

James Berthoty has over ten years of experience across product and security domains. He founded Latio Tech to help companies find the right security tools for their needs without vendor bias.

Christophe Parisel

Senior Cloud Security Architect

Senior Cloud Security Architect

Chris Romeo

Security Journey

Chris Romeo is a leading voice and thinker in application security, threat modeling, and security champions and the CEO of Devici and General Partner at Kerr Ventures. Chris hosts the award-winning “Application Security Podcast,” “The Security Table,” and “The Threat Modeling Podcast” and is a highly rated industry speaker and trainer, featured at the RSA Conference, the AppSec Village @ DefCon, OWASP Global AppSec, ISC2 Security Congress, InfoSec World and All Day DevOps. Chris founded Security Journey, a security education company, leading to an exit in 2022. Chris was the Chief Security Advocate at Cisco, spreading security knowledge through education and champion programs. Chris has twenty-six years of security experience, holding positions across the gamut, including application security, security engineering, incident response, and various Executive roles. Chris holds the CISSP and CSSLP certifications.

Jim Manico

Founder of Manicode Security

Jim Manico is the founder of Manicode Security, where he trains software developers on secure coding and security engineering. Jim is also the founder of Brakeman Security, Inc. and an investor/advisor for Signal Sciences. He is the author of Iron-Clad Java: Building Secure Web Applications (McGraw-Hill), a frequent speaker on secure software practices, and a member of the JavaOne Rockstar speaker community. Jim is also a volunteer for and former board member of the OWASP foundation.

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