Troy Bowen

Manager, Application Security


Troy has seen security from all viewpoints having served in the US Army and worked for major US corporations. As a Non-Commissioned Officer in the US Army he worked in telecommunications and information security, with his last posting at the National Security Agency. He managed the PKI/Digital Certificate Infrastructure for Bank of America before moving to Verizon where he leads the Dynamic Application Security Testing team which includes Pen Testing, RASP and WAF. His interests include reading, writing and spending time with his sons.


A Year of Frustration – A RASP Deployment Story

Tuesday, July 30th
For any organization that has attempted a Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP) deployment, you know the frustrations that come with getting C-level buy-in and customer engagement. This presentation walks through the ups and downs of a successful RASP deployment, including how to deal with delays, how to measure whether the deployment is actually working and how to integrate your RASP deployment with common security information and event management tools while consistently delivering added value to the business.

In this session, attendees will learn how to:
  1. assess the do’s and don’ts of deploying RASP in a large enterprise,
  2. effectively guide senior management expectations of deployment and
  3. evaluate how it works and gauge effectiveness.

Session Slides