Last week Wallarm attended RSA Conference in San Francisco.
Wallarm booth was quite popular all three days of the show. We’ve got to network with over 300 of our current and future customers. We have presented both our next generation WAF product and our upcoming product for CI/CD application testing, Wallarm FAST.
Wallarm has detected hundreds of vulnerabilities just for the companies who signed up for a free trial of the Wallarm vulnerability scanner during the show.
The show was huge. Walking around both parts of the exhibit center (the show was in both North and South concourse of Moscone center) took several hours. We have seen a lot of friendly faces from the companies like #NGINX.
Interestingly, a whole day of the show was devoted to increasing security of DevOps with a specialized event called DevOps connect.
Even though we spent most of our time on the exhibit floor, catching up on the show presentations also provided some interesting insights:
- Ransome-ware + IOT = some very scary situation. As exemplified by a recent case at San Francisco Trade Authority.
- Java.util.rando >< MD5 (microtime)?. They are both pretty random number generators. If your developer has used either of them or something similar for PKI, bitcoin or other cryptography, chances are it can be brute-forced.
- Relation-less databases have vulnerabilities that every bit as nasty as SQL injections.
- Some example of pretty bad XML vulnerabilities are heard in this talk.
All in all, it was a very good show. If we’ve peaked your interest, most of the keynotes and more content is available on the show website.
We also want to congratulate Prashant at Koh’s who won a quadcopter at Wallarm show ruffle.
Come see us again at the next event!