DevSecOps Ready Shared understanding and visibility across teams
42Crunch enables a collaborative DevSecOps approach for API security that ensures unsecure APIs never reach production.
Combining shift-left with shield-right to achieve continuous and automated API security.
Developers are powering modern businesses. With agile iterations and microservices architectures, they move quickly to be the first and the best when serving the company’s customers.
42Crunch technology gets integrated right into developer tools, including integrated developer environments (IDE) and continuous integration / continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines, to provide security checks where developers are and when they need them.
The checks come not just with the security scores but also with detailed information on exploit scenarios and remediation steps. With this practical information at hand, developers no longer have to guess what API security is. They follow the reports and know that they have done the security part of their job in the best possible way.
Security specialists often have to step in after the APIs have been deployed to production. They then have to figure out how to configure external tools with some sort of static rules and policies to provide security. Or they have to go through various log management, monitoring, and anomaly detection tools trying to find the real breaches among false positives and legitimate traffic.
With 42Crunch, there is no more guesswork required. Security can ensure that all APIs meet a set security standard before production, scan the live API endpoints for potential vulnerabilities, and automate redeployment of runtime protection policies with each API change making sure that you can stay agile and enforce a zero-trust architecture.
The Ops team needs to focus on building platforms that make it easier to build operable software. Their responsibility covers topics such as managing cloud infrastructure, runtime observability, and incident response processes.
Operations teams get detailed insight about attacks on APIs in production – and protect against threats – without impacting performance.
Dr. Philippe De Ryck
Dr. Philippe De Ryck, Web Security Expert with Pragmatic Web Security and Colin Domoney of 42Crunch and APISecurity.io, take a deep dive into understanding and addressing the OWASP API Security Top 10 issues.
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Developer-first solution for delivering API security as code.