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Introducing 2023 Guide to AppSec Testing Tools

Choosing the right application security tools can be a daunting task, as there are countless options available in the market. To help you make the right decision, we have put together a 2023 Guide to Application Security Tools.

The Quest for The Perfect AppSec Program

Whether you’re starting your Application Security (AppSec) program from scratch or looking to improve an existing one, it’s important to consider various factors such as program maturity, organizational structure, and effective strategies. Unfortunately, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution, as each organization has unique needs and requirements.  Luckily, four industry experts came together for a live discussion

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.

IAST vs DAST: What Is the Difference?

DAST (Dynamic Application Security Testing) is a method of testing the security of a web application. IAST (Interactive Application Security Testing) combines elements of SAST and DAST.

How ChatGPT Changes the Cybersecurity Landscape

ChatGPT is taking over the internet, and we delved into the specifics of what that means for the cybersecurity world.

Application Security Trends To Keep an Eye on in 2023

The term “application security” (AppSec) describes the processes, practices, and tools used to identify, repair, and protect against application vulnerabilities throughout the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). AppSec activities include, but are not limited to, performing a formal secure code review, hiring a pentester, or simply updating an existing framework with the final goal of

Password Managers: Friends or Foes?

So, you recently decided to purchase a password manager. It is time to say goodbye to remembering an endless number of passwords or storing your passwords in unsafe locations (please, not on a post-it note on your desk!). Your passwords are safe, and you no longer need to worry about your data becoming compromised. Life

Testing variance Using Legacy Dast Using Dev-Centric Dast
% of orgs knowingly pushing vulnerable apps & APIs to prod 86% 50%
Time to remediate >Med vulns in prod 280 days <150 days
% of > Med vulns detected in CI, or earlier <5% ~55%
Dev time spent remediating vulns - Up to 60x faster
Happiness level of Engineering & AppSec teams - Significantly improved
Average cost of Data Breach (US) $7.86M $7.86M