ArmorCode Adds Traceable AI Integration
August 10, 2022

ArmorCode announced an integration with Traceable AI which will bring its data into the ArmorCode platform and improve Application Security Posture from code to cloud.

With this new integration, ArmorCode customers are able to effectively monitor how their APIs are deployed and detect bad actors within the context of the broader Application Security Posture.

"The broad use of APIs in cloud-native applications has greatly expanded the attack surface for enterprises. Traceable monitors end-to-end application activity, from the user and session all the way through the application code. Traceable's integration with ArmorCode simplifies AppSec and Development teams workflows, removing friction between these teams to further accelerate the delivery of secure APIs." Jyoti Bansal, CEO and Co-founder of Traceable AI.

ArmorCode's platform provides a comprehensive suite of services, helping organizations address the rapidly expanding attack surface. Organizations can only protect what they see and the current environment dictates that multiple solutions are purchased to gain insights needed to meticulously manage security risks. ArmorCode is able to function as the central hub for these tools with over 130 integrations out of the box that are able to seamlessly integrate with the ArmorCode AppSecOps platform.

"This powerful integration between Traceable AI and ArmorCode Platform vindicates our vision of tying together and automating best-of-breed security tools and help our customers better integrate their DevOps and SecOps teams seamlessly," said Nikhil Gupta, CEO and Co-founder of ArmorCode. "ArmorCode consolidates findings from Traceable and correlates them with application and infrastructure vulnerabilities and presents them to AppSec and development teams in a simple interface which gives clear visibility into an enterprise's API risk posture and immediate remedial actions that need to be taken to protect it. "

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