CYBRIC in Just 90 Seconds
See how the CYBRIC Continuous Application Security Platform seamlessly automates and orchestrates security across the entire SDLC—delivering continuous visibility of your security posture.
In this video, CYBRIC VP of Engineering Andrei Bezdedeanu and Director of Engineering Sergey Bobrov explain and demo how the CYBRIC platform is used to secure an OpenShift DevOps pipeline.
CYBRIC Continuous Application Security Platform Datasheet
Learn how CYBRIC’s adaptive policy-driven platform orchestrates and automates security testing from code commit to application delivery for complete visibility.
Zerto Achieves One Source of the Truth for Risk, Compliance and Vulnerability Management Across Dynamic SaaS Environment
Zerto needed a full understanding of risk exposure across assets, to prioritize vulnerabilities and to remediate as quickly as possible. They wanted to orchestrate and automate security tools, host them centrally and prioritize the output. With CYBRIC, Zerto has one source of the truth via the platform and dashboards, full and continuous visibility across a dynamic development landscape and a higher level of confidence in their security posture.
Leader Bank Stays a Step Ahead by Automating and Orchestrating Application Security
As Leader Bank accelerates innovation, they wanted to integrate security earlier into development to identify and remediate vulnerabilities as soon as possible. The CYBRIC Continuous Application Security Platform has enabled them to modernize processes and seamlessly embed security into the SDLC, giving them holistic visibility across the application stack and confidence in their security posture.
Cytobank Ensures Continuous Regulatory Compliance by Integrating and Automating Security Testing Tools
By implementing CYBRIC, Cytobank is able to automate and schedule scans at the code and server level to ensure that the security of its cloud-based biomedical research platform is always up to date. Cytobank has also been able to free up resources to focus on more strategic initiatives. An interview with Angela Landrigan, Ph.D., Director of Products and Security Officer, Cytobank
The Dana Foundation Embeds Security into SLDC to Accelerate DevOps Adoption
The maturation of rugged DevOps (DevSecOps) tools and frameworks such as the CYBRIC platform has helped The Dana Foundation transition from Waterfall to DevOps development and implement a continuous security monitoring and integration approach to development. An interview with Jim Rutt, CIO, Dana Foundation
How Security Can Fuel Innovation
Read about a new approach to streamlining security into the application development process. By shifting security left in the development lifecycle, it’s now no longer an obstacle to velocity, innovation and competitiveness. Instead, security is an asset.
5 Steps to Maximize the Value of your Security Investment
A security rationalization process can help CISOs optimize your security infrastructure while improving the bottom line. This paper outlines the five steps to get you started.
CISOs: Best Practices to Understand, Communicate and Manage Risk
What's your company's risk appetite and overall security posture? Read best practices to identify, communicate and manage risk across stakeholders.
Cybersecurity Requirements for Maintaining a Secure Homeland
The Homeland Security Foundation of America (HSFA) recommends a new proactive approach for securing our critical infrastructure; one that delivers continuous security. According to HFSA, CYBRIC provides the best example of an integrated, automated application security platform for complete visibility.
Getting Started with DevSecOps
Learn how to get started with DevSecOps and the resulting benefits, including more secure applications, lower cost to manage your security posture and full visibility into application and enterprise risks. Understand the challenges, enablers and benefits to DevOps and DevSecOps and topics such as DevOps vs SecOps and automation and orchestration.
Collaborative Defense—Bringing Business & Security Together for Resiliency
Answer the rallying cry for cyber resilience! Discussions and session topics at RSA 2018 put cyber resiliency and collaboration front and center. To be effective, security needs to be woven throughout the business and infrastructure, which requires collaboration. What does this really mean for IT, security and development teams day-to-day?
Innovator Cytobank Keeps Data Safe with DevSecOps: a Case Study
For organizations that handle sensitive data, it’s critical to maintain the highest security standards. Like most organizations today, biomedical research platform Cytobank used a manual security approach across its existing tools—including Brakeman, Nmap, Nikto and Qualys—to ensure its AWS-hosted platform was meeting regulatory compliance.
DevSecOps from Cradle to Scale: Real-World Lessons and Success Cases
Dr. Chenxi Wang, founder of cybersecurity consultancy the Jane Bond Project and Vice Chair of the BoD of OWASP, discusses how to effectively integrate security into DevOps processes at scale, with real-world examples.
Needed Now: An Enterprise Cyber Threat Survival Kit
DevSecOps expert Swapnil Deshmukh, Sr. Director of Emerging Technologies Security at Visa, discusses the cultural changes needed for an enterprise to deliver continuous security.
The Dana Foundation Fuels Innovation, Streamlines Security
Forward-looking organizations are increasing innovation velocity, modernizing development with rugged DevOps (DevSecOps) while aiming to stay ahead of the constantly changing threat landscape.
Videos & Podcasts
CEO Ernesto DiGiambattista discusses the future of DevSecOps at Capital Group Cybersecurity Summit
In his lightning talk on the future of DevSecOps, CEO Ernesto DiGiambattista the five key "players" in an organization that are responsible for, understanding application and business risk: Security, Operations, Development, QA and, ultimately, the business.
How to Reduce Application Security Risk and Gain Assurance
In a recent interview with Solutions Review, CYBRIC CEO Ernesto DiGiambattista noted that, despite their benefits, the enterprise innovations of cloud transformation and DevOps have created issues in security visibility and assurance.