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LTI’s DevSecOps

Security breaches in organizations are on the rise more than ever and one of the primary reasons is vulnerable applications. Organizations cannot depend only on traditional network & infrastructure-based security protection, leaving a large attack surface i.e. applications, open for attacks. In order to be equipped and ready for attacks, organizations are integrating security, policy and controls at each of the major phases in the DevOps pipelines, an approach known as DevSecOps, making all the teams responsible for security. DevSecOps accurately removes the friction among Dev, Ops & Security teams and it makes each team realize why security is as important as functionality of applications.

To enable this, organizations need to perform multiple types of security testing because each security testing has its own benefits. The best approach is to bring security in DevOps as early as possible. LTI suggests using the Shift-Security-Left approach in any application security program. The Shift-Left approach enables the mitigation of vulnerabilities as early as possible in the DevOps pipeline. LTI DevSecOps provides a full range of Security services needed for a DevOps environment, keeping automation in mind so that Security works hand in hand with the velocity of DevOps.


LTI offers the following security services at different phases in the DevOps cycle:

  1. Static Application Security Testing (SAST): LTI SAST service identifies the security vulnerabilities in the source code and provides recommendations for their remediation.
  2. Software Composition Analysis (SCA): LTI SCA service identifies the open source & third-party components and identifies the vulnerable open source libraries/frameworks, along with the licence risks.
  3. Container Security: LTI Container Security service identifies security vulnerabilities in the container images, registry, hosts, etc.
  4. Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST): LTI DAST Service identifies the security vulnerabilities in a running application.
  5. Application Penetration Testing: LTI Application Penetration Testing checks the effectiveness of applications security controls by flagging the risks posed by exploitable security vulnerabilities.
  6. Fuzz Testing: LTI Fuzz Testing service involves feeding of unexpected, random & invalid inputs in an application to analyze its behavior and report security vulnerabilities found.
  7. Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST): In LTI IAST service, sensors and agents are deployed in the running application, which actively monitors the application interactions and identifies the security vulnerabilities.
  8. Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP): LTI provides RASP service for application running in production that entails deployment of agents and sensors in the running application, actively monitoring, analyzing vulnerabilities and protecting the application.
  9. Application Security Orchestration & Correlation (ASOC): LTI ASOC service performs hybrid correlation & normalization of vulnerabilities by feeding security results from multiple security tools into a single platform for minimizing false positives. It also provides a real-time dashboard for tracking issues, remediation status and other metrics.

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    Key Highlights:

    • Complete service coverage of the DevOps pipeline such as SAST, DAST, Container Security, etc.
    • Unified & continuous view of application security posture in a single pane of glass.
    • Automated assignment of security vulnerabilities in bug trackers.
    • Dynamic Incremental scans looking for a new attack surface for vulnerabilities.
    • ML-driven vulnerability correlation & triaging, leading to reduction in false positives.
    • AI-enabled AppSec tools selection & centralized AppSec tool management.
    • All security tests cover major compliances such as OWASP, SANS, etc.

    Key Benefits:

    • Cost saving with continuous & automated security within the DevOps pipeline.
    • Shift-Security-Left approach to identify vulnerabilities early in the DevOps pipeline.
    • Customizable & dynamic dashboard showing the real-time security feeds & status of the applications.
    • Enhanced recovery from security incidents.
    • Reduced technical debts saving costly development efforts late in the DevOps pipeline.
    • Increased compliance across the DevOps pipeline.
    • Remediation suggestion support leading to reduced Mean Time to Resolution (MMTR).