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Announcing Our Latest Financing Round

It feels like yesterday that my co-founders and I decided to take the leap to start a company aimed at fixing what we believe is broken about application security. Two of us with experience building tools for the DevOps ecosystem, and another with a career built in Security, agreed that most of the fundamentals of application security today needs to change, from who uses the tools, to how they work in the modern development pipeline, to how a product like this should be tested and purchased. […]

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Application Security is Broken. Here is How We Intend to Fix It.

Application security as we know it today is broken. You commit your code and push features into production, only to get a high priority Jira ticket from security months later with little context. At this point, a security bug has been in production for months and you are pulled into an inefficient fix process. There is a better way. […]

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Application Security Observability

Nobody wants to ship insecure applications. But with application security practices that lag behind frequent deployments (or are just non-existent), apps are shipped to production without ensuring that they are free of security bugs. […]

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Using StackHawk in GitLab Know Before You Go (Live)

The earlier you find application bugs, the cheaper it is to fix them. That’s one of the reasons so many organizations have adopted Test Driven Development (TDD). TDD enables Developers to more accurately identify if the code you are about to commit is going to break and not pass the tests you’ve instrumented in CI/CD. Analogous to the TDD process, we believe in automating application security testing. That’s why we created StackHawk! […]

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How Security-Based Development Should Work

This is my favorite slide from my pitch deck, used to highlight the problem that has kept security from “shifting left” into the modern development workflow. We started StackHawk to help engineers find and fix application security bugs in their code, as they write software and before deploying to production. […]

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Scanning the Damn Vulnerable Web App with StackHawk

When we first introduced StackHawk to some of our close friends in the security industry and asked them to try it out, they tested it the same way we did. They ran HawkScan through its paces with one of the many vulnerable web applications security professionals set up online to help the community learn. They did this to have a semi-known outcome to see how StackHawk works. Enter Damn Vulnerable Web App. […]

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