Having a tool that tests the security of applications prior to production release not only guarantees early identification and mitigation of risks it offers stability, control of the environment and huge savings in time and cost of DevOps.
Here’s what we believe are the Top 5 Outcomes as a result of integrating applications security testing earlier and more often in the software delivery lifecycle (SDLC)
Our TOP 5 Outcomes
From continuous testing way-ahead of a release date
Speed. Ability to identify and fix problems in the build cycle before they become business critical.
Allows DevOps to maintain high standards because they can own detection of potential vulnerabilities, review code, identify logical errors and be more efficient with their time
Avoids bottlenecks in the security testing process as all remediation has been done in advance of submission for approval
Offers the business rigorous security testing of applications, websites and any digital presence that receives or stores important data from customers, clients, partners and suppliers prior to it being pushed to a live environment
Realistic prediction of service release to customers
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