Security | Threat Detection | Cyberattacks | DevSecOps | Compliance


DevSecOps lifecycle coverage with new Snyk and Dynatrace app

Balancing the volume of applications and the increased deployment frequency with the need for security is a struggle for both development and security teams. Recent research indicates that vulnerability management in modern software development has become more complex, with 69% of CISOs acknowledging this challenge. Consequently, many applications are not adequately covered by security scans.

Gain visibility into risks, vulnerabilities, and attacks with APM Security View

As your business grows and your services scale in number and complexity, it’s difficult to maintain a rapid pace of innovation while keeping your applications secure. It’s particularly challenging to respond to attacks, as DevOps and security teams need to collaborate to understand each attack’s root cause and remediate the vulnerabilities that enabled it.

Secure your application development with AWS and Mend

Mend, formerly known as WhiteSource, effortlessly secures what developers create. Mend uniquely removes the burden of application security, allowing development teams to deliver quality, secure code, faster. With a proven track record of successfully meeting complex and large-scale application security needs, the world’s most demanding software developers rely on Mend. The company has more than 1,000 customers, including 25 percent of the Fortune 100, and manages Renovate, the open source automated dependency update project.

Snyk + Dynatrace workshop: Integrating for real-time vulnerability detection

Since 2019, Snyk and Dynatrace have partnered with a shared mission of securing the entire software development lifecycle (SDLC) and accelerating digital transformation. As many agile organizations migrate their workloads to the cloud, it’s tempting for teams to let security take a back-seat until all the pieces of the infrastructure puzzle are in place.

Streaming Auth0 Logs to Datadog | Sivamuthu Kumar (Computer Enterprises, Inc.)

Are you using Auth0 in your application for user logins? How will you monitor the Auth0 logs and detect user actions that could indicate security concerns? In this session, we will see how Datadog helps you to extend security monitoring by analyzing Auth0 User activities in the logs. And also we will see how to set up threat detection rules to trigger notifications automatically based on them.

Threat Hunting with Elastic APM

Learn how APM lets you monitor the performance of applications deployed anywhere within your network. Now you can use APM data to hunt for threats and injection attacks, too. Elastic provides a common data platform so you can view HTTP data collected with your APM agents in the Elastic SIEM app. It’s seamless monitoring and protection to keep your systems up, running, and secure.

Virtual Meetup: Advanced Threat Hunting & Monitoring with Elastic APM

Aligning security and risk management to the business strategy is imperative in driving value. With a “yes, and here’s how” attitude, CISO’s organization has now become a trusted advisor to the business enabled with preventative, detective, and responsive solutions. Tools such as application performance monitoring (APM) can shed light on the components that make up the organization’s DNA including the current COVID-19 impact and the need for a distributed workforce.

APMs and Their Impact on API Consumption

Application performance management (APM) software, sometimes known as application performance monitoring software, is a software as a service (SaaS) type that provides you with a variety of ways to analyze and ensure availability within your application. They can give you metrics in areas such as render times, database load, and failed requests. Modern APM tools are mostly drop-in, all-in-one style solutions. Add a dependency and know everything about why your app is slowing down or crashing.