5600: Cognitive, AI, Machine Learning—Whatever You Call It—Can Make Your Applications More SecureSecure DevOps
AI today provides major breakthroughs in application security by reducing false positives, increasing accuracy, and making developers more efficient in maintaining secure code. Come see how you can benefit from AI today!
- Core Curriculum Security and Resiliency Secure DevOps
- Security & Resiliency Theater A
- Wed (February 13), 8:30AM PT
David MarshakSenior Offering Manager, IBM
David Marshak focuses on IBM’s Application Security portfolio, including the AppScan product line, Application Security on Cloud, and applying cognitive computing to application security.
Prior to joining IBM in 2005, Marshak was an internationally known industry analyst and consultant with Patricia Seybold Group for 18 years.
Marshak has spoken worldwide on emerging technologies and future trends and has been a featured speaker and panel moderator at industry conferences such as IBM InterConnect, Connect, Pulse, VoiceCon, Collaboration Technologies Conference, Burton Group Catalyst Conference, COMDEX, InternetWorld, Groupware, VON, NetWorld, and Lotusphere, among others. He has appeared as an expert commentator on PBS, CNBC, and on National Public Radio and has lectured on collaboration at MIT and Babson College. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, New York Times, Business Week, and Investor’s Business Daily as well as the technical press.
Scott SouderProgram Director | Application Security | IBM Security, IBM
Scott is the Program Director and leader in the IBM Security division where he is responsible for the products in the Application Security portfolio. In addition to setting the direction and the overall strategy for AppScan and ASoC (Application Security on Cloud), Scott's focus is on extending and growing the success of these solutions through customer engagement, partner ecosystem development, and harnessing the breadth and depth of the IBM organization. In his spare time, Scott enjoys family, antique tractors, and playing the 5-string banjo.Twitter