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Waratek to Present Session on Java Runtime Security at Oracle JVM Language Summit

Waratek:

WHO:

Nigel Daniels, product manager for Waratek, is a Java application expert. Mr. Daniels has held key technical positions at the IBM Hursley Software Development Laboratory, was Head of the Innovation Technology Centre at Design London, and founded consulting firm Routes to Value. He holds an MBA from Henley Management College, an MSc in Object-Oriented Software Engineering from Brighton University and is a PRINCE 2 Practitioner.

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WHAT:

Traditional approaches to application protection including static code analysis, application best practices and network devices such as web application firewalls are unable to keep up with Java threats. A new approach is needed that provides what analyst firm Gartner calls Run-time Application Self Protection or RASP. In this session Mr. Daniels will present a new model for protecting Java applications from the inside out by putting security in the Java Virtual Machine. He will explain how this method can detect and block external attacks like SQL Injection, protect against zero day vulnerabilities in application code and provide virtual patching until critical security patches can be applied.
 

WHERE:

2014 JVM Language Summit, Oracle Corporation, Santa Clara Campus

 

Session: Securing the JVM

 

WHEN:

Wednesday, July 30, 2014, 2:45 PM PDT
 

HOW:

To schedule a conversation with Nigel Daniels, contact Marc Gendron at marc@mgpr.net or 781-237-0341

About JVM Language Summit

The 2014 JVM Language Summit is an open technical collaboration among language designers, compiler writers, tool builders, runtime engineers and VM architects. The conference will feature three days of technical presentations and conversations about programming languages and the JVM. As well as talks by numerous visiting language experts, OpenJDK engineers and other Java luminaries.

About Waratek

Waratek makes Java enterprise applications more secure and easier to manage. The Waratek Application Security for Java platform provides transparent, run-time application self-protection against business logic and network layer threats. The Waratek CloudVM enables organizations to deploy multiple Java apps on a single server within Cloud or datacenter environments to dramatically reduce operating costs. Waratek is a SWIFT Innotribe Top Global Innovator and Gartner Cool Vendor in Application and Integration Platforms. The company is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland with offices in London, New York, Sydney, Tokyo, Shanghai, Taipei and Seoul. For further information please visit www.waratek.com.

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