The Custodela Managed Application Security Platforms provides everything you need to build a mature automated DevSecOps and application security program for your organization. Whether you have a single application, or hundreds, we can scale our services organically to meet the specific needs of your unique ecosystem.
If on-prem isn’t a requirement, then you can save significant cost by allowing Custodela to manage your Application Security Infrastructure and process oriented applications in our dedicated private cloud.
Our services provide secure single sign-on options using our own identity provider, or integrating with yours. We provide flexible options for integrating your code repositories (SAST scanning) and production or test applications (DAST scanning).
Static Application Security (SAST) are technologies that analyze application source code and compiled binary code for insecure development practices and logic flaws that can lead to severe application security vulnerabilities. Static Application Security technologies are designed to run on non-running code, and can provide better insight to the cause of flaws to developers than traditional online scanning can.
Dynamic Application Security (DAST) are technologies that are executed against running applications to probe and analyze responses to look for specific conditions that indicate application inputs and outputs are susceptible to common vulnerabilities. Dynamic Application Security scans can provide better context as to which inputs are vulnerable and the direct user impact of the vulnerability, but will not translate directly to where in the code the flaw exists.
Bug tracking applications are a live repository of issues assigned to developers and the status of each issue. Bug tracking applications are the best way to interface with developers as well as leadership to report, manage, and track application security vulnerabilities that exist in the environment.
A wiki is a web application that provides collaborative documentation that is easy to modify. Developers are not traditionally application security experts, and utilizing wikis for security documentation and remediation for application security issues is and development best practices can to assist with closing the knowledge gap required for rapid resolution, while cultivating security minded developers in an organization.
A mature agile application security program has a lot of moving parts. Manually conducting scans, reviewing results, creating reports, communicating reports, and dealing with remediation validation can take a significant amount of time, and severely limits the number of applications that can be managed by a team. Robotic Automation programmatically automates and tracks repetitive tasks, allowing for rapid continuous integration and developer feedback.
Having centralized source code management is a key component to any organizations DevOps strategy, and having the ability to integrate your DevSecOps program into the existing repositories that your developers use is key to providing continuous integration, feedback, and accurate reporting.