AppSec Phoenix New Features July
AppSec Phoenix New Features July

The AppSec Phoenix team is pleased to bring you another series of exciting new features and functionalities already available on the platform.

This release is packed full of key additions across multiple platform areas.

We are sure that you’ll find these quite interesting!

Integrations

Risk Posture Modelling

We keep making tags more powerful in AppSec Phoenix. Now you can use your Cloud or Infra tags to select which Accounts and Sites to link (deploy) your Applications to.

Furthermore, to give you even more control, you can now decide if you want to find Accounts whose assets match All the entered tags or just Any of them.

Separate Environments into Cloud or Infra

To help you consistently manage your Cloud and Infra assets, we have created two types of Environments: Cloud and Infra. You can add Accounts and Sites to each of these types, respectively.

Sites with multiple Hosts

And to show how the previous improvement can help you, now you can select multiple hosts (targets) from your Infra scanners when you are defining a Site within an Infra Environment.

Probability of Exploitation with the integration of EPSS in Risk Formula

At AppSec Phoenix, we are always looking to improve our threat intelligence data. Together with our array of Cyber Threat Intelligence and Honeynet feeds, we have integrated a very promising scoring system that has been taking more and more place in the industry. One of the factors integrated is Exploit Prediction Scoring System (EPSS). Now not only do you get the EPSS score as part of the vulnerability details (where available) but this score is used as a factor in calculating the probability of attack as part of our ARCTIQ risk calculation algorithm.

Introduce SLAs for Ticket Resolution

In addition to our Vulnerability Resolution SLA, now you can define SLAs for “Ticket Resolution”: the time it takes to resolve the issue ticket from the point when it is created. This allows you to focus more on the performance of the team responsible for the resolution rather than the overall life-cycle of the vulnerability.

New Categorization System

Introduce Categories and key:value for Tags

Tagging has become one of the most used (and useful) mechanisms to track, identify and group all types of assets and entities. At AppSec Phoenix, we are keen on helping you make the most out of your tagging strategy. This is why we have introduced two additional features in this area:

Selection of Apps/Envs by Business Unit and Compliance Tags

You can now select the Applications or environments you want to see in the Risk Explorer using Business Unit and Compliance tags. You can use any tag Category that you want!

Improve details sent to Issue Tickets

Providing developers with a comprehensive set of vulnerability details right where they need them is one of AppSec Phoenix’s goals. We always look for ways to improve the developer’s experience in this area. We have introduced changes to ensure that the information in the vulnerability’s issue ticket includes all comments and risk context information.

Improve Infra Assets screen

Now you can see more details of your Infra assets directly from the Assets screen.

And watch out for further usability improvements across all the asset screens in the following releases!

Integrations

Slack Integration

In a continuous effort to provide actionable output to our clients, you can now integrate AppSec Phoenix with your Slack channels. Doing this will allow you to deliver notifications in a timely manner and to the channels where your users are already listening.

Rapid 7 Integration

You can now seamlessly integrate AppSec Phoenix with your Rapid 7 InsightVM instance to automatically fetch vulnerability and asset information.

Other Improvements

Jeevan Singh

Founder of Manicode Security

Jeevan Singh is the Director of Security Engineering at Rippling, with a background spanning various Engineering and Security leadership roles over the course of his career. He’s dedicated to the integration of security practices into software development, working to create a security-aware culture within organizations and imparting security best practices to the team.
In his role, Jeevan handles a range of tasks, from architecting security solutions to collaborating with Engineering Leadership to address security vulnerabilities at scale and embed security into the fabric of the organization.

James Berthoty

Founder of Latio Tech

James Berthoty has over ten years of experience across product and security domains. He founded Latio Tech to help companies find the right security tools for their needs without vendor bias.

Christophe Parisel

Senior Cloud Security Architect

Senior Cloud Security Architect

Chris Romeo

Co-Founder
Security Journey

Chris Romeo is a leading voice and thinker in application security, threat modeling, and security champions and the CEO of Devici and General Partner at Kerr Ventures. Chris hosts the award-winning “Application Security Podcast,” “The Security Table,” and “The Threat Modeling Podcast” and is a highly rated industry speaker and trainer, featured at the RSA Conference, the AppSec Village @ DefCon, OWASP Global AppSec, ISC2 Security Congress, InfoSec World and All Day DevOps. Chris founded Security Journey, a security education company, leading to an exit in 2022. Chris was the Chief Security Advocate at Cisco, spreading security knowledge through education and champion programs. Chris has twenty-six years of security experience, holding positions across the gamut, including application security, security engineering, incident response, and various Executive roles. Chris holds the CISSP and CSSLP certifications.

Jim Manico

Founder of Manicode Security

Jim Manico is the founder of Manicode Security, where he trains software developers on secure coding and security engineering. Jim is also the founder of Brakeman Security, Inc. and an investor/advisor for Signal Sciences. He is the author of Iron-Clad Java: Building Secure Web Applications (McGraw-Hill), a frequent speaker on secure software practices, and a member of the JavaOne Rockstar speaker community. Jim is also a volunteer for and former board member of the OWASP foundation.

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