Company Overview of Application Security, Inc.
Application Security, Inc. develops and provides data security, risk, and compliance solutions for organization worldwide. The company’s software solutions discovers, assess, and reports on vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and improper access controls within relational databases and big data stores. It provides DbProtect, a data security platform that uncovers database configuration mistakes, identification and access control issues, missing patches, and other toxic combination of settings, as well as enables organizations to secure their relational databases and big data stores. In addition, the company offers AppDetectivePRO, a database and big data scanner that detects configuration mi...
350 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for Application Security, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Member of The Board of Directors
Co-Founder and Vice President of Corporate Business Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Application Security, Inc. Key Developments
Application Security, Inc. Presents at 10th Annual East Coast Technology Growth Conference, Oct-15-2013
Oct 3 13
Application Security, Inc. Presents at 10th Annual East Coast Technology Growth Conference, Oct-15-2013 . Venue: Westin Copley Square, Boston, Massachusetts, United States.
Application Security, Inc. Announces Built-In Policy for FedRAMP Program as Part of Latest SHATTER Knowledgebase Release
Mar 5 13
Application Security, Inc. announced a new, built-in policy for FedRAMP as part of the SHATTER Knowledgebase KB 4.25 release. The policy will provide cloud service providers with a simplified process to become part of the Federal Risk and Authorization Program (FedRAMP). The Federal Risk and Authorization Program (FedRAMP) is a risk management program for large outsourced and multi-agency information systems established by the U.S. government. FedRAMP authorizes and continuously monitors IT services that are used by multiple federal departments and agencies, specifically cloud service providers. In order to be approved by FedRAMP, CSPs must continuously meet strict security guidelines. In order to be evaluated, an agency must sponsor the vendor's system/service and submit it to FedRAMP for review by a joint authorization board, which includes a FedRAMP Third Party Assessment Organization (3PAO). Once a CSP is approved by FedRAMP, all federal agencies within the program are able to use the product and/or service. AppSecInc products, AppDetectivePro and DbProtect, now have a built-in policy for FedRAMP. Any Cloud Service Provider (CSP) or Third Party Assessor for FedRAMP (3PAO) can use this policy as the basis for their database security assessments. Proper database scanning is one of the requirements of the program; CSPs must provide database scans that show results for vulnerabilities, configuration issues, weak passwords, missing patches, access control concerns, and other issues that can lead to user privilege escalation. Database scanning will show data is safe from internal and external threats. AppSecInc products automate continuous scanning required by the FedRAMP certification process and maintenance of the annual re-certification process.
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