Contrast Security to Discuss Serverless Application Vulnerabilities and Risks Enterprises Face Today at AWS re:Invent “


Contrast Security (Contrast), a world leading code security platform company purposely built for developers to get secure code moving swiftly and trusted by security teams to protect business applications, today announced that its Chief Product Officer Steve Wilson will deliver a session at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas on the unique challenges organizations face when securing serverless applications, such as those built with AWS Lambda. Wilson will present to the AWS re:Invent audience how organizations can harness the power of serverless environments while avoiding security risks.

Attendees can also meet with Wilson, Contrast’s Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and Strategic Alliances Ben Goodman and the Contrast team atbooth #3120to see firsthand how the Contrast Secure Code Platform integrates with AWS solutions or set up an ancillary event during the conference from November 28 to December 2 in Las Vegas.

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Contrast is the only vendor that includes serverless application protection as a part of its platform approach available through the Contrast Secure Code Platform. By leveraging the platform, developers and application security teams achieve near real-time monitoring and testing of every change deployed within their serverless environments. This ultimately provides comprehensive serverless application observability for AWS Lambda, including vulnerability context around code, configuration, relationships, flows and more. To help organizations understand AWS Lambda’s newest function URL feature, Contrast outlines the benefits, including enabling developers to write code more quickly, and an overview of the risks associated with using function URLs and how they should be addressed.

“Serverless technology offers tremendous benefits, but these environments also introduce new threats to development and security teams. Unfortunately, these teams cannot leverage previous generation application security tools since they simply don’t work on these new modern style applications,” said Wilson. “That is where Contrast comes in. We can not only walk these teams through development and security gaps, but we can also help them overcome all of the challenges they will face as they shift to a cloud-native environment. AWS re:Invent attendees will walk away with the clarity they need to get secure code moving within their AWS Lambda applications.”

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