Prevoty security is embedded in the application through Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment cycles and travels through all environment
Learn how to tell the difference in our Guide to Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP)
That cycle of writing, testing, and retesting your own packages will diminish quickly -- saving you money.
Everything is humming along as it was before, a beautiful demonstration of Prevoty. If security is done well, you don’t even see it.
Prevoty has a higher correct rate than testing or firewalls, and the fullest possible picture of what’s actually being executed in real-time.
Prevoty’s platform offers a new paradigm: accurate detection of and response to attacks on production applications without impacting performance.
Speed, scale and security are the core principles of DevSecOps. We need to move fast and Prevoty provides us with the visibility we need to make the right call.
Now RASP has all kind of cool self-learning techniques where the execution environment reconfigures itself to respond to bad conditions. I always figured this was futuristic, until the Prevoty team showed me it was available now – which is good news.
Trusted payments provider with secure software development life-cycle (SSDLC) culture partners with Prevoty for standardized, real-time protection.
MSU implements language security technology to address runtime application threat gap and centrally manage security in complex, open IT environment.
Monitoring provides unprecedented visibility into the security events of an application at runtime. We help you see the previously unseen -- what happens after an application is deployed in production -- and deliver that data to any SIEM, logging tool, or network appliance.
Prevoty plug-ins use deep instrumentation to inspect application activity at runtime
Provides visibility into attack execution in production applications
Instant mitigation against attacks including the OWASP Top 10, including content, database and command injections
If the payload is malicious, alerts are issued to log files and any configured SIEMs