Protect applications across the entire SDLC

Secure Development

When 12,000 security professionals were asked to name what the number one security threat was for their organization, 69% said application-layer vulnerabilities* — yet less than 10% ensure that all their business-critical applications are reviewed for security before and during production.

Clearly, organizations need a better way to scale their secure development programs so they can protect their entire application infrastructures in a cost-effective manner — without hiring more consultants or installing more servers and tools.

Our strategic, policy-based approach to application security is based on a centralized cloud-based platform that scales to cover your global application infrastructure.

Our scalable cloud-based platform secures all your applications across the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) — from code development to pre-production testing and production:

  • Multiple analysis techniques, built upon a single unified platform — including Static Application Security Testing (SAST), Web Application Discovery and Monitoring, Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST), behavioral analysis (for mobile applications) and manual penetration testing  — deliver a holistic, policy-based view of application layer threats.

  • Enterprise policies are based on the minimum acceptable levels of risk for applications according to their business criticality. Risk is based on the severity of flaws identified in the application, using standards such as the OWASP Top 10 (for web applications), the CWE/SANS Top 25 (for non-web applications) or compliance mandates such as PCI.

  • Analysis is optimized for low false positives and prioritized based on severity so you don’t waste time on things that don’t matter.

  • Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) provides granular, permission-based access to results for multiple teams based on their roles, including development, security and audit/compliance.

* Source: 2013 Global Information Security Workforce Study from Booz Allen Hamilton
Source: SANS