Invicti bolsters secure software development with automated application security
Data from ESG shows that the majority of organizations are under more pressure than ever when deploying applications and services.
The repercussions from non-stop cyberattacks aren’t slowing down either, with the cost of a data breach hitting an all-time high at $4.35 million.1 As development kicks into high gear and companies make the shift to the cloud for faster release cycles, security needs to keep pace by:
- Embedding dynamic security testing (DAST) into developer workflows
- Leaning on automation and accuracy to take the noise out of AppSec
- Opting for comprehensive scanning in design, test, deployment, and management
“Our teams are skilled in security, but not in secure code development skills or development, so we look for the right tools to fill in the gap.”
– Associate Director for Security Testing and Assurance, leading global travel and vacations company
Highlights from the report
organizations are under more pressure to produce applications, services, and infrastructure than they were just three years ago.
of DevSecOps professionals say unauthorized access to apps and data was the result of at least one misconfigured cloud app or service in the last year.
of developers and security team members say they have regularly pushed code to production with known organic vulnerabilities.
One customer estimates that after choosing Invicti, they saved $180,000 in the first year alone, while a second has seen an average of 10-15 hours freed up each day.
Application security (AppSec) starts with DAST and automation.
Invicti customers have fine-tuned their recipes for security success. In the process of shifting to the cloud and upgrading their AppSec, they’ve seen firsthand how security and development can work together with less stress and more innovation.
Invicti Security is transforming the way web applications are secured. Invicti empowers organizations in every industry to scale their overall security operations, make the best use of their security resources, and engage developers in helping to improve their overall security posture.