Every security team possesses unique goals and challenges. You might subscribe to DevSecOps and be seeking a way to integrate web application security testing into your Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC). You might be focused on securing just a few critical applications that drive your business. You might be looking for outside help to measure and manage your application security risk. Point is, navigating an ever-expanding application footprint can feel overwhelming; Rapid7 can help you achieve success in your web application security testing program across all of your initiatives.
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Applications are ever-evolving, a collection of highly complex, interconnected components of which no two are alike. Given how dynamic web development can be, shouldn’t your application security program be built on technology that can adapt and keep pace? Our Universal Translator provides all of our application security solutions with the unprecedented ability to scan and simulate attacks on your applications. By translating and normalizing all attackable inputs into a common universal format, the Universal Translator enables you to expand your application area coverage and add support for future web technologies and emerging attack types. Our solutions not only minimize false negatives, i.e. missed vulnerabilities, but also minimize false positives thanks to technology continuously improved and informed by data from real scans out in the wild.
DevSecOps, or the practice of integrating security into your DevOps processes, is quickly changing the application security landscape. Security teams want faster, automated testing—our APIs enable just that. Our application security solutions integrate seamlessly into your SDLC: Automate scans with your Continuous Integration (CI) solution, like Jenkins, to catch vulnerabilities before they hit production and notify developers of new issues automatically by integrating with ticketing systems like Jira. This degree of collaboration and improvement in productivity is enabled by the practice of SecOps.
Scanning for application vulnerabilities provides critical insight into your risk posture against both established and emerging attack types; that said, scanning alone isn’t always enough to ensure the security of your web apps in the face of impending threats—this is where application monitoring and protection comes in.
Traditional web application firewalls (WAFs) stand between your web applications and the internet, helping to protect against various types of attacks such as SQL injection and cross-site scripting (XSS) by filtering suspicious web requests. But without visibility into the impact that attempted attacks have on your applications, traditional WAFs can often produce excessive false-positives, making it difficult for teams to know what to focus on. tCell by Rapid7 takes application monitoring and protection a step further by incorporating runtime application self-protection (RASP) technology; this enables tCell to identify changes at the browser, web server, and app server levels and prevent applications from executing on malicious behaviors (including those incited by zero-days). RASP capabilities also provide greater visibility into the tangible impact of malicious activity on your web apps.
Web application security testing can be resource intensive; it requires not just security expertise, but also intimate knowledge of how the applications being tested are designed and built. For organizations looking to augment their team with experienced application security professionals, Rapid7 has both the technology and the industry leadership to help you establish a world-class program. Our resident experts can run and tune scans, validate and prioritize vulnerability results, and deliver actionable reports with no false positives.
Rapid7 offers application security solutions to cover every need:
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