Application Security

Generally, most of the successful attacks are seeded during the creation of the application. Creating the architecture of the application in accordance with security processes and requirements, analyzing the source code at every step and writing it in accordance with possible attacks, versioning it at every step, performing threat analysis while versioning, freezing the process when a threat is detected and solving the problem at "Shift+Left", that is, solving the problem at the software developer before the problem occurs, and even Virtual Patching with WAF (Web Application Firewall) are just some of the pro-active solutions that can be done in this regard.

Static Application Security Testing (SAST)

SAST solutions analyze your source code before it is compiled, preventing the process from proceeding with vulnerabilities, so that problems are detected at "Shift+Left". This testing process is also called "White Box Testing".

Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST)

IAST products which are generally used in QA/Testing processes, run inside the application and analyze the application in real time while it is running, providing you with the exact location of your vulnerabilities in the code without affecting your CI/CD processes. While it can analyze any interaction with the application (whether human or non-human), it works best in the QA automated testing process.

Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST)

This process, also called "Black Box Testing", aims to look at your application from the outside and find a vulnerability that attackers can exploit. While DAST processes have the advantage of not requiring source code and finding vulnerabilities quickly, they cannot pinpoint these vulnerabilities and the testing process can be time consuming.

Infrastracture as Code (IaC)

The IaC approach offers the opportunity to make deployment processes code-based. Thus, it allows you to control your deployment process as code, version it, and work more fluid as a team. The benefits include reducing costs, increasing deployment speeds, minimizing errors and achieving stable results. In addition, it is an indispensable part of the containerization and cloud world.

Image Signing

Although images, which are the building blocks of the container world, are unalterable objects, finding the real source of these images or proving their ownership can raise security troubles. Image Signing solutions aim to eliminate this question mark by leaving a digital fingerprint of yours inside the image.