ASOC plays a crucial role in improving DevSecOps efficiency. One way in particular is that Eureka provides a centralized view of the issues and sorts them by severity. Typically, scanners uncover a large number of false positives – issues that do not pose any threat. This requires a lot of time and effort to manually review an overwhelming number of issues just to determine which ones pose an actual risk. This long, exhaustive, and costly process actually slows down development. Eureka eliminates this by orchestrating all the issues into one central error log and automatically correlating, or grouping duplicate or similar issues together to prioritize the actual issues. This leads to significant savings of time, effort, and cost. Once the actual threats are known, the CISO, or security team, can respond swiftly to remediate the highest-risk issues within their cloud or application.
The Eureka DevSecOps dashboard even provides metrics that show how teams are performing vulnerability management and AppSec activities over time, which helps teams understand how effectively they are with securing their applications.
Eureka also allows you to schedule scans so you have continuous and automated scanning in place. You can set the frequency and specific actions you want Eureka to carry out. This strengthens your security posture and removes the need for manual scanning activities.