Using RASP to Make Bug Bounty Programs More Efficient

This post was originally published here by MIKE MILNER. Bug bounty programs have gained popularity throughout the tech industry, cropping up at tech giants such as Facebook, Google, and more recently Apple. The programs effectively crowdsource manual penetration testing (pen testing), allowing users to try to break into an application to expose its vulnerabilities (bugs), in […]

Improve Productivity Across Your Organization with RASP

This post was originally published here by RICHARD APRIL. Every innovation today revolves around streamlining. We seek the fastest way to get from point A to point B, the fastest way to shop, pay, interact with each other and with other devices, etc. People simply do not have the time to spend that they once did. […]

IAST, RASP, and Runtime Instrumentation

The Application Security Testing (AST) technology market is made up of the following categories: 1st Gen SAST (Static Application Security Testing) DAST (Dynamic Application Security Testing) WAF (Web Application Firewall) 2nd Gen IAST (Interactive Application Security Testing) RASP(Runtime Application Self-Protection) There are other categories that can be lumped into AppSec as well, such as developer […]

RASP and Security Against Internal Breaches

As companies consider their application security posture, it is critical to remember that breaches can come from both outside and inside the company and its trust boundaries. Internal threats require just as much protection as external risks. While the Verizon 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report confirms that the most significant threats to a company is from external […]

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