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Closing the Loop on Web Application Vulnerabilities - John Dilley, Akamai

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Join Akamai Security Engineering for an overview of our WAF rule process. Starting with the OWASP rule set, learn how Akamai incorporates our experience and security intelligence to improve core rules ...

Join Akamai Security Engineering for an overview of our WAF rule process. Starting with the OWASP rule set, learn how Akamai incorporates our experience and security intelligence to improve core rules and create new rules. We'll explore how teams create further customized rules for individual application patching and close the loop, bringing these rules back through engineering to be normalized and delivered as common rules. Will include a view into how we're changing our process to take advantage of new security intelligence capabilities. See John Dilley's Edge Presentation: http://www.akamai.com/html/custconf/edgetv-security.html#closing-the-loop

The Akamai Edge Conference is a gathering of the industry revolutionaries who are committed to creating leading edge experiences, realizing the full potential of what is possible in a Faster Forward World. From customer innovation stories, industry panels, technical labs, partner and government forums to Web security and developers' tracks, there’s something for everyone at Edge 2013.

Learn more at http://www.akamai.com/edge

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