We think it’s a game-changer. We hope you think so too!
Automatically Tests Every Aspect of Your Apps & APIs
Scans any target, whether Web Apps, APIs (REST. & SOAP, GraphQL & more), Web sockets or mobile, providing actionable reports
Bright Security's modern-DAST was exactly what we needed: automated application security testing that lets us find complex issues without human interaction and with immediate, actionable results for developers, saving time and resources
Gil Shua, Information Security Manager, Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
Seamlessly integrates with the Tools and Workflows You Already Use
Works with your existing CI/CD pipelines – trigger scans on every commit, pull request or build with unit testing.
Spin-Up, Configure and Control Scans with Code
One file. One command. One scan. No UI needed.
Interacts with applications and APIs, instead of just crawling them and guessing. Fast because our AI-powered engine understands application architecture and generates sophisticated and targeted attacks.
No False Positives
Stop chasing ghosts and wasting time. NeuraLegion doesn’t return false positives, so you can focus on releasing code.
Bright Security's modern-DAST was simple to deploy and reduced the amount of wall clock AND man hours we used to spend doing preliminary scans on applications by 70%
Bobby Kuzma, CISSP Practice Director, Security Assessment & Testing, Herjavec Group
The company they keep
Any technology is only as good as the companies who trust it enough to buy it.
Bright Security are no exception, but we we're impressed with their customer portfolio. Here are some of the brands they work with:
Digital transformation is different in every organisation, but a key contingent involves the business implementing new strategies around how they deploy technology and the security required to keep business assets safe
Continuing our evaluation of legacy DAST vs Modern DAST, we’ve taken a light-hearted look at the operational and process challenges experienced by DevOps, Cybersecurity teams and QA when preparing Apps for release to the wild