The SolarWinds cyber attack has been getting a lot of press ever since it hit the headlines back in December, and rightfully so. The attack impacted many major companies, as well as U.S. federal agencies. The possible orchestration by Russia only increased the chatter around the incident.
Watch below to hear Adrian Acuna, our Principal Solutions Architect, explain how to centralize your AppSec Management in Code Dx Enterprise. Don’t forget to check out the Dx Learning Lab for more AppSec webinar tips like this.
The number of data breaches has almost doubled when we compare 2019 to 2020, and in just Q1 of 2020 alone we saw a 273 percent increase in the number of data records exposed.
One of the major challenges in implementing a successful DevSecOps strategy is the lack of a centralized environment.
Code Dx today announced it is the recipient of the coveted 2020 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Award for Best Vulnerability Management solution from American Security...
ASOC Part 3: How to improve AppSec accountability with Application Security Orchestration and Correlation
We have already discussed how Application Security Orchestration and Correlation (ASOC) makes the AppSec process more efficient and scalable. In this final post in our ASOC series, we will demonstrate how ASOC tools bring accountability to both the technical and business sides of application security.
In our first piece on Application Security Orchestration and Correlation (ASOC), we looked at how this new application security trend improves DevSecOps efficiency. We will now focus on the second primary benefit of ASOC tools—scalability.
One of the most significant problems facing application security teams is the amount of time it takes to manage the results returned from automated testing tools. Tests...
ASOC Series Part 1: How Application Security Orchestration and Correlation can improve DevSecOps efficiency
In its 2019 Hype Cycle for Application Security report, Gartner revealed a new, “high-priority” category called Application Security Orchestration and Correlation (ASOC). ASOC delivers three primary benefits to the AppSec process within organizations, including efficiency, scalability, and accountability.
There is a well-known problem in AppSec testing, that affects you whether you’re testing one application or thousands, and whether you’re using a few or many AppSec testing tools—time spent triaging false positives and other irrelevant findings.