Perspectives From Security Leaders

Sean Davis, Chief Security Architect at TransUnionHear Sean’s views on the AppSecOps platform approach vs siloed tools.
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Why Continuous Compliance?

While software release cycles have shrunk from months to hours (or minutes), traditional compliance tools and processes are still painful and not scalable. Key compliance challenges for modern application development include:

  • Appropriately addressing the growing presence of open source in business-critical applications
  • Finding room for time-intensive demands of compliance tasks and documentation for engineers and developers
  • Meeting multiple standards and avoiding high penalties for non-compliance
  • Keeping compliance caught up to DevSecOps-driven release cycles

How ArmorCode helps with Continuous Compliance

ArmorCode makes it possible to optimize and maintain compliance efforts across the DevOps-driven application landscape. With ArmorCode, organizations:

  • Get near real-time compliance reporting and optimized auditing
  • Boost staff productivity with automated exception reporting
  • Gain sales advantage where compliance is a differentiator or a basic requirement
  • Reduce the risk of audit findings, fine, or reputation loss from non-compliance
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How to Optimize and Maintain Compliance

The ArmorCode AppSecOps platform ensures your compliance program keeps pace with your software releases, and your DevSecOps pipeline stays in compliance with industry standards. Key capabilities include:

  • Native support for key standards including SOC2, GDPR, FedRAMP, HIPAA, and OWASP Top 10
  • Continuous and automated evaluation of your security posture against key compliance standards, to immediately identify any drift from your compliance requirements
  • Security guardrails integrated into the CI/CD pipeline stop critical vulnerabilities escaping into production environments
  • Customizable policies provide the flexibility needed to define internal audit control requirements

People are talking

ArmorCode's intelligent application security platform gives us unified visibility into AppSec postures and automates complex DevSecOps workflows. As a result, we are able to save significant time and effort. Additionally, the focus on growing the platform to meet our needs is a critical driver for us.
Aaron Peck
CISO, Shutterfly
Every security team wants to leverage open-source software security tools to manage application security. The hard part is the effort required to configure and tune the tools to a manageable signal-to-noise ratio, setting up the workflow automation to establish cross-tool visibility, and visualizing how the company is doing on a spectrum of continuous discovery, remediation, and compliance. It is magical to see ArmorCode combining all three mammoth undertakings seamlessly together!
Poornaprajna Udupi
CTO, Good Money, ex-Netflix Security
Security professionals are going through an unprecedented time as the adversaries continue to accelerate the frequency and sophistication of their attacks which is elevating the importance of securing our global supply chain. AppSec is the Achilles heel that is increasing the need for a unified AppSec platform in order to automate and orchestrate DevSecOps workflows, provide uniform visibility and continuous compliance.
Robert D. Rodriguez
Chairman, SINET
In the digital era of customer-centricity and “always-on” capabilities, security & compliance needs to be real-time too. ArmorCode is focused on enabling that vision.
Sangy Vatsa
EVP, CTO, Chief Digital Officer, FIS Global
I had my “aha” moment today. Once I realized I hadn’t known how many applications & microservices were running in our environment, or how many were either not running or activated, I knew ArmorCode was going to help us transform how we executed our application security program.
Upendra Mardikar
CISO, Snap Finance, Ex-American Express, Visa, PayPal

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