Data Theorem Inc., a provider of modern application security, has joined with SaaS security company AppOmni. As a result, organizations that build their own applications, leverage third-party SaaS applications and use first- and third-party APIs within their applications will have coordinated application security posture management (ASPM).
AppOmni delivers centralized visibility, data access management and security controls that integrate into any SaaS environment. It protects more than 78 million users across a range of SaaS platforms and has secured more than 230 million exposed data records.
AppOmni’s SaaS security management software provides cost savings by speeding up development processes and enabling security and IT teams to secure more of their tech stacks with fewer resources. The company’s customer base comprises enterprise and mid-market companies, including global leaders in technology, health care, telecom, consumer products, banking, finance and security.
Traditional security tools not developed for cloud services leave gaps in coverage for IT security teams. Now organizations can enforce security and compliance policies across their first-party mobile and web applications, third-party SaaS applications, and the growing number of APIs that blur the lines between first- and third-party applications.
“Adding AppOmni to Data Theorem’s growing partner ecosystem will enable us to help customers with third-party SaaS application security posture management,” said Doug Dooley, COO at Data Theorem. “With this new integration, we extend our commitment to helping our customers better understand their application security posture management of not only third-party APIs but also how this capability fits into their overall application security orchestration and correlation (ASOC) tooling efforts.”
Data Theorem’s AppSec portfolio protects organizations from data breaches with application security testing and protection for modern web frameworks, API-driven microservices and cloud resources. Its solutions are powered by its Analyzer Engine, which leverages a type of dynamic and runtime analysis that is integrated into the CI/CD process and enables organizations to conduct continuous, automated security inspection and remediation.