Cycode Introduces Complete Approach to Application Security Posture Management (ASPM)
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 14, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cycode, the leader in Application Security Posture Management (ASPM), today unveiled ConnectorX, an open, click and connect ASPM connector capability that features inaugural support for Wiz and Black Duck, in addition to more than 40 existing SDLC integrations. This comes along with significant enhancements to its Risk Intelligence Graph (RIG) for smarter, risk-based prioritization. With this launch, Cycode delivers the capabilities needed for a complete approach to ASPM, enabling security and development teams to align, build trust and collaborate on maintaining strong application security posture.
“Today, many organizations face hefty application security backlogs packed with mis-prioritized security findings and inadequate resources to address them while the application attack surface continues to expand,” said Jim Mercer, Research Vice President of DevOps and DevSecOps at IDC. “These organizations can improve visibility and agility across application security and the pipelines supporting those applications by using solutions such as the Cycode ASPM platform, which takes a multidimensional approach tracking the risk posture of the application.”
These challenges have led to conflicts between security and development teams, creating what Cycode coined "AppSec Chaos" — ultimately eroding trust between the two groups. Cycode prides itself in introducing a new philosophy that fosters improved collaboration between security and development teams, transforming Developer Security into a team sport.
Some key enhancements to Cycode’s complete ASPM include:
“We believe developer security is a team sport not just between security and development teams, but industry-wide,” said Lior Levy, Co-founder and CEO, Cycode. “This belief fuels our R&D efforts and was core to our decision to create ConnectorX, which ensures companies can finally have the visibility always needed in a single platform.”
As a Cycode customer, theScore uses one platform dedicated to developer security now that a complete approach to ASPM is possible.
“In security, scanning data is important, but it’s more than that. It’s the data collection. It's the correlation. It's being smart with the data to understand the full picture of your risk, to understand what alerts to focus on first,” said Jamie Sadler, Head of Application Security at theScore. “Cycode was the only platform that was being smart with their data.”
All enhancements and additional information on Cycode’s complete approach to ASPM can be found here.
Book a demo of Cycode’s ASPM platform here.
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