Build More Secure Applications
75% of banking and finance software developers struggle to detect vulnerabilities across their code. Kiuwan identifies security vulnerabilities in either source code or deployed applications and provides an action plan to remediate risks.
Build Secure Applications With Devops Tools
Improve AppSec Strength
The DevOps philosophy has increased efficiency in the software development lifecycle. But, with increased speed, comes increased risk.
Security testing is now integral aspect of app development, when implemented early in the process it can support your team in identifying and remediating vulnerabilities.
Remove Security Silos
With an agile development approach, soloed processes are a significant roadblock. Gone are the days of “security silos” represented by CISOs or security specialists checking vulnerabilities.
Application security must be a centralized process that teams & leadership can collaborate on.
Automate the Process
Without automated testing solutions, addressing security issues in a DevOps environment can be difficult.
The pace of DevOps releases demands automated security solutions, because manual testing can be a bottleneck for deployment.
Did You Know?
A recent survey indicated that 11% of development organizations use DevOps as a primary development practice, and another 18% as a secondary practice.
Kiuwan Solutions for DevOps Security
Kiuwan Reduces Your Vulnerability Risk
Kiuwan accelerates development for enterprise teams by offering a holistic solution to code security. Our SAST, SCA & QA products are the fastest security analyzers in the market and promote continuous secure development in agile environments.
- Operates in the cloud or on your device as a Java applet or IDE/CI Plugin
- Scan source code on your device to ensure security
- Upload the scan results to the cloud to promote collaboration in remediation
- Trigger scans directly from the IDE/CI for DevOps security integration
What is Code Injection?
Code injection is a software vulnerability where unvalidated input is evaluated by an application. It is common on web applications that use but don’t validate the user-provided data. Attackers can inject malicious code into the application where its executed on the server, resulting in a serious security breach:
How Can Your Organization Prevent Code Injection Attacks?
Validate and Sanitize Inputs
Accept only a limited set of values via whitelisting or conditional switching.
Use a SAST Solution
Use a code analysis tool like Kiuwan to test for vulnerabilities related to code injection.
Give the account the database calls run under only limited privileges, like select.
Avoid Vulnerable Evaluation Constructs
Use dedicated, language-specific features to safely process user-supplied arguments.
Make Code Injection Prevention Part of your DevOps Process
Start scanning for vulnerabilities today!
Take a DevOps approach to code injection prevention with leading CI/CD tools.
- Securely scan code on your local server as part of your build process.
- Generate an action plan and estimate costs to remediate vulnerabilities.
- Customize plans, manage resources, and track goals easily.
(The image to the right illustrates the Action Plan feature.)