As API security testing shifts left, developers and testers are burdened to carry out API security tests as well. Pynt makes it easy to run security tests alongside functional tests. In fact, Pynt builds security tests from your existing functional tests, providing you with effortless API security testing. Simple.
Pynt aids developers and testers in the early identification of security vulnerabilities in their APIs during the development phase. This proactive approach significantly reduces the cost and effort required to rectify security issues later in the development cycle.
Pynt seamlessly integrates with widely-used development and testing tools. This ability to integrate simplifies the testing process, allowing developers and testers to incorporate security assessments seamlessly into their existing workflows.
Pynt offers real-time feedback on security vulnerabilities, enabling developers and testers to promptly assess the impact of code changes on API security. This immediate feedback loop fosters a security-conscious development culture.
Pynt promotes collaboration between R&D and security teams. Developers and testers can easily share security test results with security experts, facilitating cross-functional cooperation in addressing vulnerabilities efficiently and adopting a proactive approach to API security.
Pynt is designed to blend into established workflows, minimizing disruptions, and empowering R&D teams to incorporate robust security assessments within their familiar environments, thereby promoting collaboration between security and R&D teams.
Aligning security assessments closely with expected application behavior, provides a contextual understanding of the application's functionalities, enabling more accurate and relevant security testing. Ultimately leading to a more effective and targeted security strategy.
A swift turnaround empowers developers and testers to promptly identify vulnerabilities, enabling timely remediation efforts and reducing companies’ window of exposure to potential threats.
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