Aggregation is just about compiling security scan results. You need to deal with false positives, duplicate results, severity of bugs, and categorisation. Most automation solutions don't account for the biggest problems teams face.But Orchestron isn't like most automation solutions. It's on a whole other level.
Automatically import scan results from security tools and process the data with zero inputs or configurations by the user. Use APIs and webhooks with CI platforms like Jenkins or custom security tools.With automatic correlation and deduplication, your DevSecOps pipeline has never been this low-maintenance.
Using advanced analytics and heuristics, Orchestron lets you Instantly know which vulnerabilities pose the biggest risk to your application, and need to be dealt with first.Plan your remediation strategy with speed and efficiency in mind.
Orchestron Risk Language (ORL) is a patented custom database created by we45. It offers exhaustive detail on every vulnerability, its impact, and stage of occurrence (architecture, deployment, etc.).It then provides relevant inputs for remediation, as well as Good & Bad Code snippets to assist developers.
Vulnerability categories, severities, tools, and tons of other metrics come in clear, color-coded graphs and charts. Get a clear picture of where your biggest weaknesses lie across your apps, and access advanced data in literal seconds.
Orchestron automatically detects and marks false positives. It talks to scan tools and based on their confidence scope, it uses analytics and heuristics to tag flaws as false positives.You can also manually mark them to further fine-tune and declutter the data.
Orchestron offers built-in support for 20 industry-standard tools, plus seamless custom integrations with JSON.Using APIs and webhooks takes it even further, letting Orchestron talk to basically all security tools or CI platforms on the market today.
Get all the efficiency of security automation without missing the accuracy of manual testing.Orchestron really is that good.Enquire Now