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security when shifting left

security when shifting left

Security matters to everyone involved in application development and support, from the design phase to deployment. Whether you’re a developer, security or operations engineer, or the CISO of a company, you’re already considering security. Shifting security left approach brings security considerations in the earlier stages of development. It is getting more widespread as the standard protection mechanisms become powerless in front of sophisticated threat actors. Moreover, as companies move their applications to the cloud, focusing on early security measures becomes increasingly important.

Have you ever come across a bug-free software application? Neither have we. Addressing these bugs during the later stages of development can be a significant hassle, consuming valuable time and resources. The situation escalates when these bugs introduce security vulnerabilities, often leaving insufficient time for effective mitigation. However, modern DevOps practices are shifting towards integrating security into the planning and creation stages. With this proactive approach, security measures are implemented early in the development lifecycle, minimizing the risk of vulnerabilities persisting until the application’s release.

Picture this: You’ve worked hard on developing your application, and it’s finally ready for release. However, in a moment of realization, you remember to conduct a vulnerability scan. Suddenly, you find yourself in a situation where a significant portion of your code requires rewriting, forcing you to reassess and explore alternative approaches to realize your design objectives. But what if we say that we could help you to secure your application at the later stages of development with Codesealer, and you would not need to make any code changes? 

Codesealer Enterprise is a powerful reverse proxy designed to secure delivery and communication for modern distributed web and mobile applications. It provides an invisible protective layer that can be deployed effortlessly into existing architectures to safeguard online services and ensure that end users are protected from attacks. We help to mitigate attacks that can compromise the integrity and confidentiality of sensitive data. In addition, Codesealer aims to not interfere with the normal development flow of web applications.

Codesealer Enterprise employs cutting-edge security technologies to seamlessly integrate into your existing architecture, providing robust protection without disrupting your development workflow. By intercepting and neutralizing threats before they reach your application, Codesealer ensures that your users can interact with your services safely and securely. With Codesealer, you can confidently release your application knowing that it is fortified against a wide range of cyber threats, giving you peace of mind and allowing you to focus on delivering value to your customers.

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