Get ready! The next episode of our LinkedIn Live show, Below the Surface, is coming up soon, and if you're interested in application security, it's a discussion you won't want to miss. The episode will stream live on the Barracuda LinkedIn page on Tuesday, May 25 at 9 a.m. PDT / 12 p.m. EDT / 5 p.m. BST.
Hosts Darshna Kamini and Stephanie Cavigliano will be speaking with Nitzan Miron, VP of Product Management, Application Security at Barracuda, and Chrisitian Jackson, Platforms Manager at the Natural History Museum in London. The Natural History Museum is a Barracuda customer, and Christian will share his experiences with the Barracuda application security solutions and how easy they have been for his team to use.
Below the Surface is a LinkedIn Live series that features Barracuda leaders and experts and our colleagues across the industry. Past episodes have included cloud-native backup strategy, advancing women in technology, the future of work, improving cybersecurity awareness, and more. There is an opportunity for viewers to participate and ask questions through LinkedIn comments.
Nitzan and Christian will be discussing:
- Current application security threats
- Why bot attacks are on the rise and how to protect against them
- Why API security is such a huge concern
- What you need to know about supply chain attacks like Magecart
Nitzan will also share some insights from Barracuda’s recent report on The state of application security in 2021, as well as exciting new features in the new version of Barracuda Cloud Application Protection, which launched this week.
Join Nitzan, Christian, and the team Tuesday, May 25 at 9 a.m. PDT / 12 p.m. EDT / 5 p.m. BST on LinkedIn. We would love to see you there!
Missed the live broadcast? No problem! Watch the replay or check out past episodes on the Barracuda website.
Anne Campbell is the public relations manager for Barracuda. She's been with the organization since 2014, working on content and public relations for Barracuda MSP, the MSP-dedicated business unit of Barracuda. She started her career in newspaper and magazine journalism, and she brings that editorial point of view to the work she does, using it to help craft compelling stories.