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Reltio CISO on Shifting Left 2.0 Fireside Chat About API Security

Reltio, an award-winning provider of the first cloud-native master data management (MDM) SaaS platform used by companies worldwide to succeed in the digital economy, announced that Reltio’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Terence Runge is participating in a Fireside Chat at ShiftLeft’s virtual DevSecOps Conference, Shifting Left 2.0 on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 at 1:45pm ET.

Reltio Chief Information Security Officer, Terence Runge, will educate attendees on what it takes to make APIs secure, and the right security questions customers should ask their vendors about APIs.Shifting Left 2.0 is a free two-day virtual conference aiming to bring together Modern Dev Teams, Application Security Gurus, and the developers who are ready to become security heroes.

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Runge’s Fireside Chat takes place on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 at 1:45pm ET. Click here to register.
As the speed of development continues to accelerate, the implications for code security have become even greater as our world relies on digital services to work and live. It’s time to bridge the gap between security teams and developers, and start finding and fixing vulnerabilities at the source.

The Reltio platform applies reasonable safeguards for data handling. Its dedicated security team, led by Terence Runge, collaborates with product management to ensure that the platform and services continue to deliver enterprise-class security and granular, role-based visibility and control for optimized security over the long term.

Leading with An API-first Approach

Reltio has always been an API-first platform and provided APIs for Configuration as well as Data. Most of the leading data and application platforms have moved to or are in the process of moving to this API-first approach where each critical functionality is exposed via an API. Leading application and platform providers design their systems by utilizing APIs they can make available across the organization to stitch together a complete experience, as well as offer to their partners and customers to extend the experience. Download Data Orchestration in the API Economy to learn more.

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At Shifting Left 2.0, registrants can learn from the industry’s top visionaries as they discuss the future of application security, hear directly from developers and security leaders as they discuss best practices for integrating security into CI/CD pipelines, and the latest industry trends. Runge’s Fireside Chat, “What Customers Should Know About API Security,” will educate attendees on what it takes to make APIs secure for customers, and the right security questions customers need to ask.

Shifting Left 2.0 will take place from Tuesday June 22 – Wednesday June 23, 2021 from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. ET.


Terence Runge, Chief Information Security Officer, Reltio: “I’m thrilled to speak at Shifting Left 2.0 to encourage development teams to evolve their thinking in how to evaluate cloud-native services, and gain more knowledge of application security and its importance. Customers need to know the right questions to ask their vendors as APIs are the core of the product.”

Manish Gupta, CEO, ShiftLeft, Inc.: “Major supply chain attacks in recent months have highlighted the importance of securing applications in the modern development cycle. We look forward to having Terence at Shifting Left 2.0 where we will exchange ideas for improving collaboration between developers and security teams. We value Terence’s experience and look forward to his insights on how companies can make APIs more secure for their customers.”

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