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Application security is currently experiencing extensive change:
Classic web applications are increasingly being replaced by APIs, with the aim of creating more open structures and achieving greater flexibility. In order to gain higher agility, availability and dynamics in the digitization efforts of companies, a strong change of the IT infrastructure away from on-premise into hybrid cloud environments with modern container technologies and microservices also took place. DevSecOps is one of the big buzzwords here.
All these new technologies and approaches have also significantly changed web application and API security. In our congress, you will learn what the change means, what you should pay attention to and how you can optimally prepare your company for the innovations.
You will also gain exciting insights into how German companies have already reacted to the changes, what status they are at and what next steps are planned. Simon Hülsbömer, Senior Project Manager Research Study Projects in the market research of CIO, CSO and COMPUTERWOCHE will present the new study "App & API Security in the Container Environment". Among other things, you will learn how security managers currently deal with containers and APIs, how they implement DevSecOps processes and much more.
After a short break, Knowledge Lab AG will use the example of V-Bank to demonstrate its exciting path to an agile world with agile security. You will learn how the shift to the cloud can succeed, why "everything as code" has become a guarantee for success, and what all this has to do with application security.
However, the challenges of highly distributed systems with multicloud approaches in heterogeneous architectures have also made zero trust a new obligation: identity is thus becoming more central to application and API security.
However, when talking about identities, another aspect besides security must also be brought into the spotlight: Usability. To achieve this, it is not enough to simply implement strong authentication. The user should not be deterred by excessive security requirements. With Continuous Adaptive Trust, identity can be continuously and time-dependently checked for the currently required risk level. What Continuous Adaptive Trust is, what advantages you gain with it and what it takes, you will learn in the last part of the event.
With the answers to these questions, you will be ready for a new chapter in application security.
The entire block of presentations will be held on 10/26/2022 in the morning or in the afternoon and will last 2 hours each. You have the choice to be there either at 10:00 or 14:00.
For organizational reasons, please register here. Spaces are limited.
02:00 pm: Opening
Peter Häusermann, CEO Knowledge Lab AG & Thomas Kohl, Business Development Manager International
02:05 pm: The changing face of application security,
Thomas Kohl, Senior Business Development Manager International
02:25 pm: How does the German-speaking market see it - Presentation of the study "App & API Security in the Container Environment"
Simon Hülsbömer, Senior Project Manager Research Study-projects in the market research of CIO, CSO and COMPUTERWOCHE in dialogue with Thomas Kohl
02:45 pm: Break
03:00 pm: Agile Security: a customer example
Henrique Säuberli, Head Innovation & Infrastructure Knowledge Lab AG
03:20 pm: Continuous Adaptive Trust - buzzword or the way of the future?
Marc Bütikofer, Head of Innovation, Airlock
03:45 pm: End