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We’re at the Data Security eConference next week

on Sep 17, 14 • by Roy Sarkar • with No Comments

Software security is making headlines today, whether it’s the exposure of private information or critical systems being compromised. It’s more important than ever for organizations to understand why secure code matters and how to create safer applications. To discuss important trends in cybersecurity...

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Software security is making headlines today, whether it’s the exposure of private information or critical systems being compromised. It’s more important than ever for organizations to understand why secure code matters and how to create safer applications.

To discuss important trends in cybersecurity today, we’re hosting a virtual booth at the Data Security eConference held by SC Congress 24/7 on September 23, 2014. Join our interactive exhibit to learn about techniques that organizations are using to prevent malicious attacks and ask any questions you have about making your software more secure. In addition, we’re also presenting this webinar on cybersecurity:

Five Ways to Protect Your Organization’s Software From Attack

This webinar explains how security breaches occur and identifies steps you can take to reduce the risk of your application being compromised. After attending this webinar, you’ll be able to combat critical risks and malicious attacks. You’ll learn about:

• Common threats that affect software systems today
• Software security standards such as CWE and OWASP
• How threat modelling helps mitigate security risks

Tuesday, September 23, 2014
10:45am PT / 1:45pm ET

You can also visit our booth at any time during the conference to learn more about securing your code or to simply chat with us.

Featured Speaker

Stephane Raynaud, vice president, field technical services, Rogue Wave Software

Stephane Raynaud is vice president, field technical services at Rogue Wave Software. He has extensive experience in high performance, C++ based software architectures. Among Stephane’s many accomplishments are the development of large and small customer-driven software applications through Rogue Wave professional services. His focus has been on the financial services industry and has led to a wide range of projects, from quantitative analysis to low-latency systems development, including some recent work to address advanced CPU cache optimization for multicore processors. Stephane is managing a team of professional software engineers dedicated to helping Rogue Wave customers build better, faster, and safer applications.

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