Add continuous code reviews in your development workflow
Catch security defects early to save time and rework costs
A flexible team of security experts at your finger tips
Full integration with Git, Jira, Azure DevOps.
Your team innovates at agile speed, delivering continuous product releases to keep up with demanding customers and the market. Via our continuous code review platform, you get early security feedback in the slipstream of your development. The core line of defense to prevent security vulnerabilities before they reach production.
With Agile Security you will have world-class security knowledge available when you need it. All our team’s knowledge becomes available through one contact person. So instead of finding an expert yourself or working with a contractor, you will basically hire the ultimate security expert with 100+ years of experience, who has reviewed millions of lines of codes and secured thousands of mission-critical applications, enabling him to recognize and fix security bugs fast. Try finding such an employee through a recruiter!
The cost of security can become very unpredictable, especially when you have no clear visibility on your threats and risks. We offer you inline prevention for a fixed price per month, based on your product’s size and team velocity.
“With Agile Security you can deliver high-quality and secure products at agile speed.”
Security is not about a yearly checkup to stay in line with legislation, but about continuously staying in control of risks that could harm your organization, your brand and your customers.
Flexibility is key in everything we do, so we apply the agile principles in security land. We evaluate & prioritise risks continuously, based on the latest threats for your organisation.
Security testing in agile environments needs to focus on the security validation sweet spot, which is source code. And to keep things practical and scalable a strong risk based approach is required.
We start with labeling the hot-spots in your code-base so we can track code-changes in those areas. About 20% of your code-base deals with security, the rest is very important as well but not so much from a security validation point of view.