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Gadi Bashvitz
Gadi Bashvitz is the CEO of Bright Security. He is a highly effective executive with 20+ years experience holding product, marketing, customer success and sales positions. With experience selling and partnering with enterprises globally; he has founded, successfully grown, and sold multiple companies in various industries. He started his career in Cyber more than 25 years ago in the 8200 unit of the IDF and continued in various Cybersecurity roles ever since. Graduated from Tel Aviv university with a BA in Information Systems & Management & from the NYU Stern School of Business with an MBA, Magna Cum Laude.

The Reports of My Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated: How DAST Is Reinventing Itself

DAST’s ability to provide a simple, developer and AppSec friendly solution that effectively detects vulnerabilities without false positives ensures its continued relevance in the cybersecurity landscape.

What Is Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST)?

Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) is an Application Security Testing methodology in which the application is tested in operating mode, from the outside-in. As DAST tools don’t have access to the application and API’s source code, they detect vulnerabilities by performing actual attacks, similar to a real hacker. In a sense, DAST tools perform automated penetration testing of your web applications.

Gadi Bashvitz, Bright: “companies must ensure security is part of the design of the product”

As the world gets more connected, it is no surprise that threat actors are constantly on the lookout for vulnerabilities to exploit. With vast amounts of software and applications being released every minute, experts believe that a new development approach must be taken – one where security is weaved into the product from day one.

The Future is Bright

Today we are announcing an additional $20 million in funding to fuel our growth and continue to help organizations (and their software developers) secure their applications and APIs. We’re also changing our company name from NeuraLegion to Bright Security.

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