Everyone is now a Developer. What does that mean for Security?
Innovators Trust Zenity to Secure Low-Code/No-Code Development
A New World of Interconnected Modern Business Applications
All over the world, companies of all shapes and sizes are using low-code/no-code development to spur productivity and efficiency. However, low-code/no-code development has dramatically increased the attack surface with the explosion of applications, automations, connections, and integrations that can be spun up in a matter of minutes.
" LCNC platforms will power more than 70% of new apps by 2025 "
" No-code and low-code platforms help reduce app development time by 90% "
There are three things to keep in mind when approaching low-code/no-code development:
Introducing the Zenity Platform
Maintain full, up-to-date, cross-platform inventory of all low-code/no-code apps, creators and data within your organization. Gain cross-platform visibility of apps moving sensitive and business data between SaaS applications or on-prem endpoints. Identify shadow-IT business applications across your low-code/no-code fleet.
Want to learn more about how to approach securing and governing citizen development?
Check out the CISO’s Guide to Securing Citizen Development here.
Zenity Has Got You Covered
Protect RPA robots and virtual agents
Identify the weak spots in your RPA resource configuration and behavior to prevent your robots from being easy targets. Find and fix identity loopholes and data leakage to ensure sensitive data does not leave your organization’s boundaries.
Governance and security for citizen development
Empower everyone in the organization to create useful applications, workflows, connections, integrations, and more to become business enablers, without exposing the business to risk.
Governance and security for modern business application development platforms
Maintain business continuity, security and compliance in the modern business application environment. Prevent exfiltration or exposure of sensitive business data or PII and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.
Securing a world of interconnected business applications
Gain visibility into the interconnected world of business applications. Flag risky automations that expose sensitive or business data, identify security misconfigurations, and detect threats and suspicious automation behaviors.