Application security services are designed to protect critical business software from undesired access and mishandling, as well as viruses or other cyber attacks. Application security providers assist businesses with application security through steps including application design review, application code review, and secure application development. If security flaws are discovered during review, these firms can recommend fixes and work with in-house develops to bolster protection across each platform. Vulnerability assessment is often a major component of application security, and many cybersecurity providers include this in their standard procedures.
Application security services go hand in hand with network security, data security, and other cybersecurity services to keep companies aware of threats, safe from attacks, and prepared to respond in the event of an incident. Businesses can deploy application security software in lieu or in addition to application security services to maximize their protection efforts.
OneNeck’s diverse portfolio of IT solutions, services, and experts are able to support IT teams where needed most. From ensuring security and application availability through Hybrid IT and Multi-Cloud services to improving customer engagement and employee satisfaction through application and platform modernization, we believe in the transformational power of the IT leader – and that they know what needs to be done. We believe in playing the role IT deems most critical to their success to ultimately connect, support and elevate the business.
Offering an application security managed service engagement. PSC forensically analyzes your company's and supply chain software for vulnerabilities. Using our KASAN (kay-sahn) APPSEC intelligence platform we are able to leverage more technology than any other company on the planet. We generate massive amounts of target vulnerability information and using our patent pending machine learning cognitive engine we are able to achieve a 96% reduction in noise (false-positives). We guarantee the data, it's independent and from a company of "salty" geeks who have analyzed over 8 billion lines of code!
CA Veracode Security Program Management (SPM) helps enterprises map out their strategy and deliver results. CA Veracode has been involved with thousands of application security programs over the past 10 years. We help you with security program readiness and execution so you dont have to find and retain highly specialized talent. As a result, we see customers who use CA Veracode SPM grow their application coverage by 25% each year, decrease their time to deployment and achieve better scan and remediation metrics. Most importantly, our security program managers ensure that your program stays on track to meet your strategic goals
Forcepoint CyberSecurity Intelligence (CSI) helps you protect IP with systems that eliminate security blind spots by understanding people's behaviors and motivations as they interact with your critical business data everywhere.
Nexusguard Application Protection service is designed to deliver a perfect balance of protection and performance for public-facing websites and applications while allowing organizations to operate without interruption. The solution leverages Nexusguard’s global scrubbing centers, which are equipped with more than 1.44Tbps of mitigation capacity and multi-layered filtering systems, enabling them to mitigate and absorb the largest, most complex DDoS attacks.
Staying cyber secure goes beyond just detection. With years of learnings gained by managing response, mitigating vulnerabilities, and closing risk exposures for some of the largest networks globally, Paladion provides full security orchestration through its automation platform and over 800 cyber security professionals on tap.
Security Innovation is an authority on software security and helps organizations build and deploy more secure software. Global technology vendors and enterprise IT organizations such as Microsoft, IBM, FedEx, ING, Symantec, Coca-Cola and GE rely on our expertise to understand the security risks in their software systems and facilitate the software and process change necessary to mitigate them.