Don’t look now, but mobile and Web applications are your new endpoints — representing an attack surface that’s growing bigger and more porous by the day. And all that budget and background you’ve got protecting the network layer aren’t going to help you one bit.
Perhaps consultants and point-in-place scanning tools helped keep things secure for a while. But then the volume and complexity of your applications grew exponentially. Suddenly, long forgotten one-off promotional sites or mobile apps from acquired companies started multiplying, turning what was once a manageable situation into a catastrophe waiting to happen.
And that application layer – the one where people shop, or bank, or manage healthcare, or book travel, or apply to college – is now the source of 96% of all corporate data loss, accounting for an average of $7.4 million in losses per company.
It only takes one vulnerability in one app to open your company to calamity. And increasingly alarming publicity about high-profile data breaches has your CIO and CEO concerned.
The problem: You aren’t quite sure what Web apps you have, where they reside, and what to do about it. After all, how do you get started when the dynamics of Web app security has changed so dramatically in such a short time?
Relax. WhiteHat has you covered – with a radically better application security platform for identifying, assessing and protecting all your applications (even ones you didn’t know existed), whether it’s 100, 1,000 or 10,000 of the most complex Web and mobile apps in the most heavily regulated industries.
One that simply, accurately and continuously helps your company manage ongoing threats more efficiently and effectively than ever before possible.
Drill down to learn more about all four phases of our approach:
Organizations Must Develop a Strategy for Website Risk Management
Website security today means much more than knowing how many of the latest vulnerabilities may be threatening your organization’s websites. It’s also about managing the risks that those vulnerabilities create. And while security data are the core responsibility of your website security team, that data also serve your organization’s auditors, compliance personnel, product managers, and developers.
Furthermore, applying the rules of traditional OS is insufficient, inadequate, and simply does not work in regard to website security management. That’s because no infrastructure of independent software vendors developing and distributing standard patches for commercial products exists. Furthermore, with rare exceptions today’s websites are based on unique custom code.