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Founded Year

2002

About SaltWorks

SaltWorks is a specialty salt supplier to individuals, retail stores, manufacturers and large spice companies.

SaltWorks Headquarter Location

15000 Woodinville Redmond Road Northeast

Woodinville, Washington, 98072,

United States

425-885-7258

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Saltworks, Bit Discovery Partner to Advance Attack Surface Management

Aug 3, 2021

SaltMiner integration gives application security teams extensive capabilities to secure internal and external digital assets; supports the “shift-left” to make security an SDLC priority August 03, 2021 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time ATLANTA--( BUSINESS WIRE )-- Saltworks , an application security (AppSec) company, today announced a partnership with attack surface management (ASM) provider Bit Discovery to integrate advanced ASM capabilities into SaltMiner , Saltworks’ enterprise AppSec management solution that gives visibility into application health, risk and compliance at each stage of the software development lifecycle (SDLC). Attack surface management is crucial to an effective AppSec program. It empowers IT with an understanding of what Internet-accessible technology/data points (domains/subdomains, IP address, servers, web pages, etc.) must be secured early in the SDLC. Reinforcing a “shift-left” mindset required of today’s DevSecOps initiatives, Saltworks customers now benefit from fast and efficient ASM features that capture, inventory and monitor external digital assets that can be easily viewed and managed in the SaltMiner dashboard. “Companies can’t expect AppSec teams to effectively secure applications if they don’t even know what needs to be secured,” said Dennis Hurst, founder and president of Saltworks. “Bit Discovery ASM furthers SaltMiner’s ability to protect external digital assets in tandem with the application inventory management functionality SaltMiner already has to secure enterprise architecture surfaces and dependencies.” A recent Saltworks customer estimated it had 400 web applications. After quickly creating an attack surface map with Bit Discovery through SaltMiner, Saltworks realized there were more than 800. Having that information at the start of Saltworks being tasked with building a world-class application security program for the customer was invaluable in terms of time, risk and cost reductions. Saltworks, Bit Discovery Empower AppSec Teams to Know What Needs to be Secured Applications are a business fundamental – they access, encode and receive data; run on servers and operating systems; and touch everything. Attack surface management identifies what’s on a network, who put it there, what it’s doing, and what it interacts with. Layer-in the riskiest applications (those custom built) and the ability to know what actually exists becomes an overwhelming task, even before thinking about security as part of the strategy. “Securing the business means truly knowing everything that needs to be protected, especially when it comes to consistency in communication, GDPR compliance, the accuracy of legal assets, evaluating a merger/acquisition, mitigating security risk, or doing a competitive analysis,” said Jeremiah Grossman, CEO of Bit Discovery. “The Saltworks partnership makes SaltMiner an even more indispensable AppSec solution to maintain the security of enterprise-wide applications with the ability to identify and organize every Internet-accessible technology a company owns.” Application security teams that struggle with attack surface management and the extensive detail required to properly secure applications are, typically, slower to accept the shift-left mindset. ASM can also seem daunting to those who did not originate from the development organization, but rather the networking, server or auditing units. However, the proliferation of cloud technologies and the sheer volume of applications needed to securely run a business means a shift-left is no longer optional. “In 25+ years I haven’t seen a company do attack surface management well, especially large companies that have grown by acquisition or have so many business units that the amount of applications supporting global operations is almost unmanageable,” continued Hurst. “SaltMiner integrated with Bit Discovery provides unprecedented access to dig deep and understand the attack surface across the entire business where systems are highly distributed. It’s a dynamic landscape, and starting at the beginning of the SDLC is the only way to ensure security integrity.” In addition to Bit Discovery, other successful Saltworks partnerships that continue to provide tangible DevSecOps value to companies worldwide include: Orasi, Micro Focus, Sonatype, Secure Code Warrior, Cobalt and Imperva. To hear more from Dennis Hurst on AppInventory, ASM and their importance, watch The Security Guy TV (episode 1679) . Visit www.saltworks.io for additional product and partner information. About Saltworks Saltworks is an application security company that partners with organizations to build world-class AppSec programs from policy to production. Founded on the premise that application security is mandatory, must be agile and can’t slow the software lifecycle, Saltworks provides comprehensive, data-driven security testing tools to help protect every stage of application development. About Bit Discovery Bit Discovery makes high-fidelity attack surface management quick and easy. The platform uses snapshots of the Internet to automatically organize massive amounts of information and distills it down to a simple and elegant solution. The Bit Discovery solution automates the task of providing visibility of a company’s Internet-connected assets, bringing alerts in real-time whenever inventory changes. The company is backed by investment from Aligned Partners, Mighty Capital, and a group of individual investors in the information security space. https://bitdiscovery.com Contacts

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SaltWorks has filed 3 patents.

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