Apiiro, the market leader in Cloud-Native Application Security, announced that its award-winning security platform is now accessible on AWS Marketplace.
Apiiro's solution intends to assist developers and security engineers in resolving significant risks across the software supply chain before launching apps to the cloud. Instead of a single vulnerability or misconfiguration, multiple isolated and unconnected findings are scattered throughout the source code, configurations, open-source packages, and cloud infrastructure that, when combined with appropriate context, form a Risk Story that attackers can exploit.
Its Risk Graph technology integrates these endless elements with actionable information to provide developers and security teams with an entirely new way to fix problems.
Apiiro has introduced a whole new approach to application security by offering complete visibility into code bases, analyzing risks from design to code to the cloud, and proactively addressing actual vulnerabilities that attackers can exploit before they even get released to the cloud.
By connecting to their source control managers via API, Fortune 500 businesses can cut operational costs and risks at scale while ensuring seamless deployment.
Now that it is accessible in the AWS marketplace, customers may deploy Apiiro's Cloud Application Security Platform through their AWS Marketplace accounts, enabling them to quickly secure everything they develop and deliver to the cloud by proactively resolving risks with actionable context.
Apiiro is a Cloud Application Security Platform that provides comprehensive insight and actionable context to security and development teams to proactively fix risks before releasing them to the cloud. It also assists them in addressing threats throughout the software supply chain. Since its inception, the Apiiro Cloud-Native Application Security Platform has been deployed by developers and security experts in the world's biggest organizations to handle critical threats across more than 1 million code repositories, CI/CD pipelines, and cloud infrastructures.