For some time now, public companies in the United States have been on notice that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is tightening down on the reporting of security incidents. Now that the compliance deadlines are here, it seems a bit more real. As a complement to my recent webinar "SEC Cybersecurity Ruling: Application security + incident response" this piece serves as a recap and a checklist on what businesses – both public and private – need to be focusing on now that the SEC disclosure rules are here.
Web Application & API Vulnerability Scanner
Probely’s web application and API vulnerability scanner scans and exposes vulnerabilities, and provides a report of the findings with detailed instructions on how to fix them.
Developers and DevOps value independent security testing. Probely provides precise guidance on how to fix vulnerabilities as well as a full-featured and well-documented API.
Your engineers’ time is valuable. The Probely scanner automatically adjusts the severity risk of the vulnerability based on its context and provides evidence to prove legitimacy.
API Vulnerability Scanning
Scan both your rich web applications and APIs, including any microservices and standalone APIs that are based on an OpenAPI (Swagger) Specification or Postman Collection.
Fully automate your web application and API security testing by integrating Probely into your CI/CD pipelines and enjoy two-way sync with your preferred issue tracking platform.
Demonstrate your compliance with PCI-DSS, OWASP TOP 10, ISO27001, HIPAA, and GDPR standards using a series of detailed management reports with requirements checklists and summaries.
Cyber attacks are becoming more and more frequent and complex, which is why cybersecurity has been a growing business concern.
Probely helps us secure our web applications without compromising our project deadlines. We are able to start testing security in early stages of development, avoiding problems later, when the cost to fix is higher.
Our developers love Probely because of the easy instructions on how to fix the vulnerabilities and because it only reports what matters, false-positive free.
An intelligent vulnerability scanner designed to speak your developer’s language.
Probely’s made my security team more productive. Scheduling and managing scans is simple, and the output is developer friendly, which decreases friction between the security team and developers.
Development and security teams can be aligned regarding cybersecurity!
We built our own tool to orchestrate security tools, evaluate risks, escalate priorities and manage our CI/CD pipeline. Probely was the missing piece, enabling us to seamlessly integrate with their service through their full-featured API. We also ended up doing less analysis work since Probely only reports real vulnerabilities.
And thanks for the amazing customer support. Good job guys!
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Back in 2021, Google launched, alongside other organisations, a new security baseline for products known as the Minimum Viable Secure Product. Now, 2 years later, they've released an update to that standard.
The Security Headers grading criteria is something that doesn't change often, but when it does, there's a good reason behind the change. In this blog, I will outline the new grading criteria and the reasons why we've made the change.
In the world of cyber security, knowledge is power, and Security Headers has been a trusted ally for web developers around the world for years. For the first time ever, thanks to the support of our partnership with Probely, we’re going to delve into the treasure trove of historic scan data and explore the insights it can provide.