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John Pescatore, Director of Emerging Security Trends at SANS Institute, interviews Liberty Mutual on their selection and deployment of Contrast Security. The Application Security team was looking to identify application security tools and processes that are more accurate and faster, as well as to integrate into Agile development frameworks and CI/CD.
We reject the old paradigm of periodic and serial scanning, hacking, and patching, which has proven expensive and ineffective. Instead, Continuous Application Security (CAS) relies on security instrumentation in every application to provide security visibility, assessment, and protection in real-time and in parallel across the entire application portfolio.
In this executive brief, we leverage four reasons why the time for Static Application Security Testing (SAST) has passed. We provide a practical comparison between Contrast Assess (IAST) and SAST tools to examine their respective abilities to deliver coverage.
IAST is designed for software development, where accurate results are needed quickly, but security expertise is scarce.สAccording to Gartnerส"The goal of IAST (Interactive Application Security Testing) is fast and accurate security testing that is suitable for use in development, where minimal security expertise is present and accurate results are needed quickly.ำ Read howสContrast Assess,สour IASTสsolution,สdeploys an intelligent agentสthat instruments the application with smart sensors to analyze code in real-time from within the application.
Success with Digital Transformation faces many challenges therefore, organizations must ensure every link in their digital chain is strong. This executive brief will cover how its weakest link, security, increases the risk because of the increase in dynamic, modular, and distributed software.
IAST is designed for software development, where accurate results are needed quickly, but security expertise is scarce. According to Gartner "The goal of IAST (Interactive Application Security Testing) is fast and accurate security testing that is suitable for use in development, where minimal security expertise is present and accurate results are needed quickly.” Read how Contrast Assess, our IAST solution, deploys an intelligent agent that instruments the application with smart sensors to analyze code in real-time from within the application.
Open Source Software (OSS) continues to grow in popularity because of its ability to help organizations accelerate the release and delivery of software. Read this solution brief to learn how Contrast Security empowers your organization to work rapidly while weaving security seamlessly into your OSS to successfully reduce software vulnerabilities and associated risks.
The advent of ASM provides IT Operations and Security teams unprecedented visibility and control over the security of the application layer. Operations teams already use similar tools for monitoring performance of the running application: Application Performance Management (APM) solutions such as AppDynamics, Dynatrace or New Relic. These telemetry products use an agent-based technology to instrument the running application and measure performance — just like Contrast does for security!
Ultimately, Contrast Protect was originally built to be a "WAF killer" however, as we started making conversations with organizations, they stated that WAF was a worthwhile investment and they do not plan on getting rid of it. For this reason, we instead leveraged our RASP technology to help aid known limitations of WAF for a better, more accurate way to protect web applications in production.
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