Accelerate citizen and business-led development, risk free
From RPA through workflow automation and application development platforms, anyone can create apps, automate processes or integrate systems with their user-friendly drag&drop interfaces. Since such platforms do not require advanced technical skills, they are ideal for business users, giving the business and them the benefits of immediate solutions to critical needs.
Business users (or “citizen developers”) are significantly greater in number than pro-developers, and they create many more No-Code/Low-Code apps, automations and integrations than code-based ones every year. No-Code/Low-Code development has a significant impact on business velocity, efficiency and scalability, while reducing their costs of maintenance and development.
Business critical SaaS applications have built-in No-Code/Low-Code capabilities, such that enable their users to customize them, automate manual error-prone processes, connect to external SaaS, on-premise or cloud based applications, or build new digital solutions on top of them.
By 2025, 70% of all application development will be done with low-code/no-code platforms, and 66% of large firms will be using at least four different low-code application building platforms
Identify Shadow IT, business-led, No-Code
/Low-Code apps, automations and integrations
Track data movement
Maintain an updated cross-platform inventory of all No-Code/Low-Code components
Explore the resource graph to learn about No-Code/Low-Code usage and relationships
Continuous risk assessment
Identify insecure configurations and security vulnerabilities in all No-Code/Low-Code components
Drive immediate fixes with remediation actions
Design and implement governance policies
Enforce playbooks and automated actions
Drive management and remediation processes
Identify suspicious activity and abused platforms, environments, apps and automations
Detect malicious automations resulting in data exfiltration, ransomware and DoS attacks
Activate immediate and automated response