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Cycode Publishes a New Book that Explores the Role of CISOs in the Age of AI and ASPM

Cycode, the leader in Application Security Posture Management (ASPM) has today announced "Code Resilience in the Age of ASPM," a new book that features insights from leading CISOs and DevSecOps professionals and addresses the evolving challenges of application security in a world where AI-generated code is proliferating.

This book is a must-read for CISOs, security professionals, developers, and business leaders who want to understand how to build and maintain secure, resilient applications in the age of AI. It offers actionable strategies and best practices for navigating the complexities of the modern cybersecurity landscape.

Who: Features interviews and firsthand accounts from CISOs and DevSecOps experts who have led security initiatives at some of the world's largest multinational companies.

Why: The book provides critical insights into:

  • The growing attack surface created by AI-generated code, yet the paradoxical importance of leveraging AI within security platforms to proactively defend against increasingly sophisticated threats.
  • The criticality of code resiliency for maintaining functionality and performance
  • The role of CISOs in driving a proactive, collaborative approach to AppSec
  • The transition to Application Security Posture Management (ASPM) as a code defense platform for securing modern applications

When: Available now at

"A must-read for anyone looking to strengthen their application and code security posture. With its insightful reflections on the current ASPM landscape, thought-provoking predictions for the future, and tips to drive your programs forward, this book is a true asset to those working to build business resiliency through the quality and security of code that is the foundation of their digital ecosystems." – Roland Cloutier, Global CSO

“We used to think of application security as being a field of point products. That's because we thought of software development as a field of point products. We didn't ask ourselves how to make sure that our code is secure from the moment we either create or ingest it, all the way through our pipeline. But the landscape has changed, and we’re finally starting to see a more integrated approach to software development. And now, aided by AI and ML, we have the ability to really contextualize information across that entire development ecosystem so we can truly understand what’s going on.” Andy Ellis. Operating Partner, YL Ventures


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