Application Security Testing

Comprehensive application security testing for apps and APIs from code repositories to production release.

Static Application Security Testing (SAST)

Static analysis is your key to enhancing security by thoroughly scrutinizing your code and applications for vulnerabilities. Our cutting-edge static analysis tools allow you to pinpoint and eliminate potential threats before they become real issues. Unleash the power of static analysis to ensure your software and applications are fortified against security risks, giving you the peace of mind you need to focus on innovation and growth.

  • Enhanced Security: Identifies and mitigates security vulnerabilities early in the software development lifecycle, reducing the risk of data breaches and cyber attacks.
  • AppSec & Developer Friendly: Get rid of noise (non-exploitable bugs, issues on dead code, or simply code quality issues) by verifying each SAST issue with a DAST scan. Data Theorem’s analyzer will filter out any SAST issue that is not exploitable with DAST.
  • Accelerated Development: Improves development speed by providing actionable security feedback to developers, ensuring secure code is written from the beginning.
  • Compliance Assurance: Helps organizations meet regulatory and compliance requirements by enforcing coding standards and security policies.
  • Customization: Offers flexibility through customizable rules and policies to adapt to
    organization-specific security needs.
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Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST)

Dynamic analysis is your gateway to real-time security insights, offering a proactive approach to detecting vulnerabilities and ensuring the resilience of your software and applications. By simulating real-world conditions, it provides a comprehensive understanding of how your systems respond to threats and where potential issues may arise.

  • Real-Time Testing: Conduct real-time assessments of your applications and systems to detect vulnerabilities as they emerge, ensuring immediate threat awareness.
  • Dynamic Scanning: Continuously monitor your applications during runtime to identify security risks and vulnerabilities in live environments.
  • Data Flow Analysis: Analyze data flow within your systems to pinpoint potential vulnerabilities and data leakage risks.
  • Application Behavior Monitoring: Keep a watchful eye on application behavior to detect anomalies and potential security breaches.
  • Vulnerability Prioritization: Prioritize detected vulnerabilities based on their severity and potential impact on your systems.
  • Comprehensive Reporting: Receive detailed reports and actionable insights to help you address vulnerabilities and improve your application security.
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Hacker Toolkits

The Data Theorem platform empowers you to perform personalized API security assessments by creating Custom Security Rules. These rules are your secret weapon for uncovering and safeguarding against even the most sophisticated vulnerabilities that may jeopardize your APIs.

  • Attack Simulation: Emulate real-world cyberattacks to assess the security posture of your applications and understand their resilience in the face of threats.
  • Real-World Testing: Mimic various user interactions and scenarios to uncover security weaknesses that may go unnoticed in standard testing.
  • Penetration Testing: Conduct penetration testing to uncover vulnerabilities that could be exploited by malicious actors.
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Security Policies

Our policy engine provides your team with the flexibility to tailor the security analysis for your valuable assets. Within each policy, you have the freedom to fine-tune rules that align with your organization's security standards. For every rule, you can designate its importance, helping you understand and manage potential risks effectively. Plus, you can effortlessly assign each policy to one or multiple Asset Groups for precise, granular control over your security measures.

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