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Protecting the Crown Jewels: An Enterprise-class Approach to Application-level Security

Source: Application Security, Inc.
Most large organizations zealously protect their networks and host operating systems. But enterprise-class applications receive comparatively little attention, on the assumption that they are protected by defenses at the network perimeter. Yet these applications and databases are the major reason enterprises invest in IT in the first place—and the data they contain are often the enterprise’s most valuable assets.


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