Meet us at OWASP AppSec USA in Orlando
Continuum Security is proudly sponsoring the OWASP AppSec USA event in Orlando this week. This year’s AppSec event has already kicked off with some great Threat Modeling and DevOps security training courses and we’ll be at booth S2 to demo and answer questions on IriusRisk and BDD-Security.
Have you experienced the Software Security Risk dilemma?: You know that Threat Modeling can reduce your application risk but you don’t have the time or skills on your team to make it a regular part of your development process.
IriusRisk is a tool that generates threat models and security requirements without having to engage with the security team. It offers a self-service approach to managing software security without slowing your team down. With its extensive API and integration with Jira, Fortify, ThreadFix and other tools it can be the missing risk-focussed glue that helps scale your AppSec practices.
The Continuum Security team will be at booth S2 on the 21st and 22nd September – see you there!
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