Automated Application Security Testing for Business Applications
Accelerate and Secure Development with Automated Application Security Testing Built for SAP
Application exploits are a top attack vector for enterprises, leading organizations to increasingly invest in application security testing and build security testing earlier into the development cycle, to harden their applications against attack. However SAP DevSecOps is complex.
Onapsis research has found that the average customer’s SAP system contains two million lines of custom code, and a potential issue within every thousand lines. This means businesses are developing code that contains hundreds of thousands of errors, potentially resulting in costly downtime and disruption to their business. It is critical for organizations to quickly and automatically identify these errors early in the development cycle, before they reach production, to secure their business-critical applications.Download white paper
Unfortunately there is a lack of application security testing software specific to SAP. This has led many organizations to either overlook implementing security in their development process and risk exposure or use ineffective manual efforts which are costly. Manual code testing is a lengthy, expensive process and is challenging because it is highly prone to human error and labor intensive.
Replace time-consuming and error-prone manual security reviews with automated application security testing designed for SAP
Onapsis Control provides automated application security testing for SAP applications and automatic remediation for common code errors, enabling organizations to build security into development processes to find and fix issues as quickly as possible.
- Identify and mitigate risk
- Build security into development
- Improve application security
- Reduce time and cost to develop
What is application security testing?
While many organizations employ defense-in-depth security models to protect their critical systems, not enough consideration is given to the security of the code used to build the applications. An exploit of a vulnerability at the code level can allow an attacker to execute a wide range of malicious activities, including impacting supply chains and manufacturing processes, or compromising sensitive data.
Speed is the driving force behind application development. However, releasing or updating applications in record time often comes at the cost of security in development. As companies innovate and digitize operations, this brings new ways to exploit vulnerable applications.