Application Risk Service

Secure critical business applications through knowledge-driven insights

Easily make your application security program risk-aware with cyber risk insights that identify application findings for remediation, and automate the process for prioritizing and fixing the most critical issues at all stages of the software development life-cycle.

Complete Software Asset Visibility
Accurately enumerate and classify all software assets in your environment — business application, internally developed software, open source components, APIs — while tracking their impact to business.
Shift-left with Confidence
Build a dynamic AppSec program that empowers you to incorporate risk factors and security testing results at every stage of the SDLC — from planning to development, testing, release and beyond.
Connected, Secure Development
Connect all development and security tools into a unified program that normalizes data from varied systems and processes into a standardized solution that addresses the unique AppSec needs of your organization.
Automated DevSecOps Workflows
Automate any aspect of your DevSecOps process — CI/CD, testing, ticket management, alerts and notifications — and drastically improve program efficiency and consistency.
Developer-friendly Security
Deliver security reports and recommendations that your developers look forward to and are designed to make software development easier as well as more secure.
Proactive Training & Education
Address risk before it enters your technology ecosystem by leveraging Brinqa risk insights to proactively inform your employee and developer security trainings and education.

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RT @vmblog: *NEW* Read the latest @VMblog Expert Interview Q&A with Syed Abdur of @Brinqa as we talk about their $110 million funding, futu…

In this blog post, Brinqa Founder and CEO Amad Fida discusses company's first ever institutional investment, $110 Million from Insight Partners in growth funding.

Brinqa, a leader in Cyber Risk Management, today announced that it has received $110 million in growth capital from leading global venture capital and private equity firm Insight Partners.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has fixed a critical zero-day remote code execution (RCE) flaw in its HPE Systems Insight Manager (SIM) software for Windows that it originally disclosed in December.

VMware patched a critical bug impacting its vCenter Server platform with a severity rating of 9.8 out of 10. The company said the flaw could allow a remote attacker to exploit its products and take control of a company’s affected system.

Data centers around the world have a new concern to contend with—a remote code vulnerability in a widely used VMware product. The vulnerability is tracked as CVE-2021-21985 and has a severity score of 9.8 out of 10.

Apple has patched a critical bug in macOS that could be exploited to take screenshots of someone’s computer and capture images of their activity within applications or on video conferences without that person knowing.

RT @vmblog: *NEW* Read the latest @VMblog Expert Interview Q&A with Syed Abdur of @Brinqa as we talk about their $110 million funding, futu…

In this blog post, Brinqa Founder and CEO Amad Fida discusses company's first ever institutional investment, $110 Million from Insight Partners in growth funding.

Brinqa, a leader in Cyber Risk Management, today announced that it has received $110 million in growth capital from leading global venture capital and private equity firm Insight Partners.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has fixed a critical zero-day remote code execution (RCE) flaw in its HPE Systems Insight Manager (SIM) software for Windows that it originally disclosed in December.

VMware patched a critical bug impacting its vCenter Server platform with a severity rating of 9.8 out of 10. The company said the flaw could allow a remote attacker to exploit its products and take control of a company’s affected system.

Data centers around the world have a new concern to contend with—a remote code vulnerability in a widely used VMware product. The vulnerability is tracked as CVE-2021-21985 and has a severity score of 9.8 out of 10.

Apple has patched a critical bug in macOS that could be exploited to take screenshots of someone’s computer and capture images of their activity within applications or on video conferences without that person knowing.