Application Security

The need for application security has grown among organizations as high profile breaches targeting the application layer. Furthermore, enterprises' ability to remediate vulnerabilities is challenged when faster and more flexible development approaches is used With help of Application security Testing (AST) deployment and technology , The task of finding vulnerabilities has gotten simpler for end users.


Gartner defines the application security testing (AST) market as the buyers and sellers of products and services designed to analyze and test applications for Gartner identifies three main styles of application security testing (AST):

  • Static Application Security Testing (SAST) consists of internal audit of an application, when security auditor or tool has unlimited access to the application source code or binary. Probably one of the biggest services offered on Managed Security Services market as SAST – is a source code review that can be performed both manually and automatically.
  • Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) tests the application from the “outside” when the application is running in test or production environment. Practically speaking, a Black Box penetration test, automated or managed vulnerability scanning.
  • Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST) is a combination of SAST and DAST designed to leverage the advantages and strength of both. technology combines inside-out observation of a running application being tested with DAST simultaneously.

Obviously, when you can correlate the results from SAST and DAST testing - you will get the broadest vision of application security problems. So Organizations can use both SAST and DAST or combination of both, depending on the business needs and priorities of your organization.

Mobile Device Management (MDM)
Web Application Firewall (WAF)
All of the above technology approaches can be delivered as a tool or as a subscription service.