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.
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.
There’s been a lot of hype around the “shift left” approach of bringing security into the software development lifecycle (SDLC) earlier than with traditional methods, and rightfully so. It’s an important change, as it gives security the attention it deserves throughout the entire SDLC, while speeding up security processes and creating more secure products.
Tool Orchestration Enables AppSec To Keep Pace with DevOps
“Zoom and doom” and “Zoom bombing” are taking over headlines as the Zoom video conferencing app experiences very public security problems. As the coronavirus social distancing requirement spread, Zoom usage increased by 1,900 percent between December and March, increasing from 10 million to 200 million daily users. Zoom wasn’t ready for the increased demand and the added exposure to security threats that came with it.
Code Dx Inc. has bested rival startups to win a $2 million “Shark Tank” style venture capital contest. Maryland-based venture capital firm DataTribe said it received hundreds of submissions from companies pitching their business plans in its second annual global competition.
DataTribe recently closed submissions to its second annual DataTribe Challenge, a global competition to identify and develop high-technology startups with a vision to disrupt cybersecurity and data science. In a new Q&A blog series, we spoke with Dr. Anita D’Amico, Chief Executive Officer of Code Dx.
Code Dx has been named in Gartner’s 2019 Application Security Hype Cycle Report in a key emerging market area: Application Security Orchestration and Correlation (ASOC). Yearly, Gartner produces a report that details the current state of the Application Security Marketplace, including emerging and fading market area trends.