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2-Part Webinar Series: 2021 Application Protection Report Findings

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Join F5 for a breakdown of findings from the 2021 Application Protection Report. This report is the latest publication from the security research team at F5 Labs. It uses a year's worth of attack data to help security professionals prioritize defenses against threats such as ransomware, formjacking, and unsolicited API's. We will explore the tactics and techniques employed in more than 700 data breaches from 2020 and offer detailed recommendations for mitigating these risks.

2-Part Webinar Series Details:

Key findings from the 2021 Application Protection Report

Date: Tuesday, June 29, 2021
Time: 10:00am PT | 1:00 pm ET

The increasing complexity of the security environment means that responsibility for enterprise security is not only spread across teams, but often falls to vendors and partners as well. That diffusion leads to challenges in visibility and incident response. Knowing what to prioritize requires context and a coherent picture of the threat landscape.

The 2021 Application Protection Report from F5 Labs offers a detailed breakdown of prominent attack types, and offers practical suggestions and recommendations.  We will explore the tactics and techniques employed in more than 700 data breaches from 2020 and offer detailed recommendations for mitigating these risks.

Art of Securing Modern APIs

Date: Wednesday, June 30, 2021
Time: 10:00am PT | 1:00 pm ET

Application programming interfaces (APIs) form the chassis for modern applications. Their universal presence makes them a lucrative target though, with both malicious attackers and security researchers identifying security holes in APIs, some of them glaring.

How can you keep your APIs safe? In this webinar, we’ll use data from the 2021 Application Protection Report: Of Ransom and Redemption from F5 Labs, and discuss what we learned looking at roughly 100 API incidents.

Speakers: 

Sander Vinberg

Sander Vinberg
Threat Research Evangelist, F5

 

Joe Martin

Joe Martin
Security Solutions Architect, F5

Speakers: 

Shahnawaz_Backer

Shahnawaz Backer
Principal Security Advisor, F5

 

Peter_Scheffler

Peter Scheffler
Senior Solutions Architect F5