For almost 10 years, ThreadFix has been the preeminent solution for managing your application vulnerabilities. In that time, it has grown from that initial correlation and reporting engine which brought your SAST and DAST vulnerabilities together, into a developer-integrated, CI/CD-enabling management platform. Deployed and used in Fortune 100 companies ranging from entertainment to banking to health care, in addition to some of the largest organizations within the Federal Government, ThreadFix now helps organizations correlate and prioritize risk across their applications and the network infrastructure that supports them.
Join us as we debut the largest update to the ThreadFix platform to date, ThreadFix 3.0. Featuring new network vulnerability management tools, a new containerized microservices architecture, and a new user interface, ThreadFix 3.0 is the solution for comprehensive and correlated risk-based reporting on your entire portfolio of applications and infrastructure assets.
Co-Presenter Dan Cornell
A globally recognized application security expert, Dan Cornell holds over 15 years of experience architecting, developing and securing web-based software systems. As Chief Technology Officer and Principal at Denim Group, Ltd., he leads the technology team to help Fortune 500 companies and government organizations integrate security throughout the development process. Learn more about Dan >>
Co-Presenter Kyle Pippin
Kyle Pippin has over 15 years of experience in successfully building and delivering enterprise level software products and projects to customers in need of system application and web application solutions to their business problems. As Product Manager of ThreadFix, Kyle is involved in all aspects of product planning, development, and presentation. He is responsible for ensuring ThreadFix meets or exceeds customer needs and expectations by working directly with clients, Project Management, and technical leads to facilitate the greatest possible value to customers. Learn more about the features in ThreadFix >>