Application Security (AppSec) is essential to the reliability and availability of information. Security may seem like a secondary thought process or an afterthought when designing, building, and delivering applications. It may seem daunting with all the tools and services available.There are many approaches to AppSec, and there will not be a one-size-fits-all. You may be dealing with a new set or existing set of requirements. There are also regulatory or compliance-related goals to achieve.
We know a lot about AppSec, and we have a lot of creative ways to add controls to your ecosystem.
Architecting a Secure Software Development Lifecycle (Secure SDLC), sometimes known as DevSecOps/SecDevOps, means integrating development, integration, and deployment processes. With controls to ensure the highest quality of code from the point, a developer may be operating in their IDE (Integrated Development Environment), source control, the CI/CD pipeline, and post-deployment (day-two) operations.
Part of your security program may include supporting legacy systems. There are cases when end-of-service (EOS) and end-of-life (EOL). We have experience dealing with legacy systems and planning and implementing a sane migration.
Flawed systems and bugs can significantly contribute to security events and breaches. Being able to consistently detect application issues as earliest on in the Secure SDLC allows for the quickest remediation. Knowing CVEs is essential, but simulated fuzzing and input validation could also alert on weaknesses and poor exception handling.