AppSecOps: Want to know more? Come see us at RSA Conference 2022

Mark Lambert
May 20, 2022
AppSecOps: Want to know more? Come see us at RSA Conference 2022

AppSecOps: Want to know more? Come see us at RSA Conference 2022

AppSecOps is “Application Security at scale”. Successful application security practices need to bring people, process and technology together to enable software development teams to ship secure and ship fast - and this necessitates a new category. More precisely:

“AppSecOps is the process of identifying, prioritizing, remediating and preventing Application Security breaches, vulnerabilities and risks - fully integrated with existing DevSecOps workflows, teams and tools” 

Come see Why You Need an AppSecOps Platform

Hopefully it’s clear that scaling AppSec across the organization is key to improving security. If not, we’ll tell you why!

To succeed in AppSecOps you need an AppSecOps platform, a category of solutions that allows application security teams to scale their ability to successfully identify, remediate and prevent high priority application level security, vulnerability, and compliance issues, as well as identify and eliminate coverage gaps. 

Drop by for an in-depth demonstration and discussion on how our platform can:

  • Reduces loss exposure and risk through continuous compliance visibility and actionable insight across security, vulnerability, and compliance use cases.
  • Operational efficiency through task and process automation for security analysts, developers, and operations engineers
  • Scales application security and compliance impact by enrolling and enabling developers to ship more secure applications faster at scale; without significantly growing teams, training or tools.
  • AppSecOps is the keystone for a successful application security practice - and an AppSecOps platform is how you implement the process. 

What does an AppSecOps Platform Look Like?

What does the platform look like? The foundational aspect of any AppSecOps solution is integrations (lots of integrations) with various security, CI/CD orchestration and issue tracking tools on the market for handling different aspects of security. For example, a AppSecOps platform must integrate with the following ecosystem components:

  • Software testing and scanning tools including but not limited to: SAST, DAST, RASP, pen testing, specific vulnerability scanners, bug bounty programs
  • DevSecOps pipeline managers such as GitHub, GitLab, Harness, Jenkins and others
  • Ticketing and communications systems such as Jira and Slack
  • Threat Intelligence, modeling and security databases such as those provided by NIST, commercial solutions and internal knowledge bases
  • Infrastructure alerting and monitoring such as Prisma and Orca

To learn more about AppSec, AppSecOps and how our platform can be a x10 multiplier for your security resources, come see us at the Early Stage Expo, Booth #6 at RSA Conference, June 6 - 9, 2022.

Mark Lambert
Mark Lambert
Chief Product Officer
May 20, 2022
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