Application security fallacies and realities

Web application attacks are the most common vulnerability, so what is the truth about application security?

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The news headlines have been filled with stories about security breaches in recent months. And most of these high-profile breaches originated with a vulnerability in an application. In fact, web application attacks are the most frequent incident pattern in confirmed breaches.

Yet, most organisations are not spending time or money on application security. So why the disconnect? One reason is that fallacies abound when it comes to application security. 

This whitepaper explores 8 fallacies around application security, and what the reality actually is for organisations. Download it now to understand the truths of application security.

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