The AI powered AppSec platform that your developers will love
Enhanced vulnerability information helps security become a better partner with the development teams by providing real world insight into the vulnerabilities that are being actively exploited and could potentially lead to a costly post-release patch if not addressed.
Instead of handing down a huge list of issues and saying, “Ok, you need to fix all of these,” you can partner with development to strategically address the issues that have a high probability of being exploited without adding to tech debt.
Engineering leaders want to rapidly release code without worrying about being in the next big attack headlines–think log4j and Kaseya. Enhanced vulnerability information not only provides you with precise information on what security fixes are the highest priority, continual scans can create software bill of materials (SBOM) that highlight what’s being used where–including security insights into containers.
Your reputation, your bottom line, your loyal customers, and your partners, too–all of them are at stake. One breach, hack, or attack can gravely damage the business if a vulnerability in one of the apps gets exploited.
The Qwiet platform provides that ounce of prevention now versus that ton of costly cure later. By making security a continuous aspect of development rather than an afterthought, the business gains by not losing to the attacks that take others down.
The Code Property Graph turns code into a format that not only makes it machine readable, but also provides a view into the relationships between components and how the data flows through your application.
This provides much richer insight than you can get by just parsing the code with regex, allowing you to spend more time focusing on analyzing and improving code and less time hunting down the information you are looking for.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued new requirements mandating that medical devices be secured against cyberattacks. This move comes after a long-standing concern about the potential for these devices to be hacked and used to harm patients. This new requirement is a significant step towards securing medical devices, which have been increasingly […]READ MORE
The source code of Twitter was recently (maybe?) leaked on GitHub, a popular code repository platform. The code repository was quickly taken down, but not before it had been downloaded by hundreds of users. The leak has drawn attention from security experts regarding the implications for the social media platform and raised concerns over the […]
In a recent thread on a discussion forum, a group of developers discussed time lost on bug chasing. One developer lamented that he lost 5 days; another 5 years between the time it was discovered and the time it was finally resolved. Still another developer estimated that in an organization of 400 engineers, […]
A New Approach To Prioritization In the race to produce code, security can sometimes seem like a bit of a speedbump. Engineering teams face tight deadlines and security teams want to ensure the code doesn’t ship with vulnerabilities that could lead to the next big breach. At Qwiet AI, we’ve found that even highly accurate […]