Today’s environment of incremental changes deployed frequently requires a different approach to application security testing. Penetration tests and scheduled production scans no longer cut it. DevSecOps requires automated testing in CI/CD, notifying developers when they have introduced a new vulnerability, and equipping them for self-services fixes.
Check for new security vulnerabilities with each change with StackHawk. With automated testing in CI/CD, you will no longer ship to production blind to any potential security risks.
Fast scan performance
Microservice & API testing
Shortened Time to Fix
Fix new vulnerabilities while in context of the code that was being worked on, before they hit production. No more finding bugs weeks after they’ve hit production, trying to figure out which team introduced the vulnerability.
Request / response evidence
cURL command recreation of findings
Vulnerability overviews and fix documentation
Run scans locally to check changes
Smaller Scan Increments
Test underlying services and APIs instead of your production facing application. Get faster scan performance, clearer scope of fixes, and better team alignment. Application security that aligns with your application architecture.
REST API testing (with swagger docs)
GraphQL API testing
Single page application tests
Security as a Developer Tool
DevSecOps requires security distributed throughout the engineering team. With configuration as code, DevOps pipeline automation, and self-service functionality, application security is now a developer tool.