Identify Risks, Take Back Control, Secure Your Data
Salesforce contains so much sensitive information and data leakage can happen when vulnerabilities are introduced. Watch this short clip to learn about the 3 most common scenarios that lead to data leakage.
DigitSec’s Salesforce security scanning capabilities will help you identify risks so you can take back control of your data security.
Based on its SAST scan, DigitSec then generates a custom runtime testing engine specific to your Salesforce Org which rapidly identifies injection flaws during its interactive application security testing (IAST). All runtime vulnerabilities contain proof-of-concept exploits, significantly reducing false positives in your report as DigitSec is only reporting those runtime vulnerabilities that can be executed and verified.
Third-party software libraries are integral components of nearly all Salesforce apps. These referenced software libraries must be updated or replaced when security vulnerabilities are discovered and publicly reported; otherwise, your Org is at risk of breach from these known supply-chain security exploits. Our software composition analysis scanner reports any Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) found in a Salesforce org. Almost every developer relies on outside libraries to get the job done and even if something is secure today, it may be vulnerable tomorrow. Efficient and constant vigilance is required. DigitSec’s Software Composition Analysis scans deliver.
DigitSec thoroughly reviews your Salesforce org configuration settings against a known list of Salesforce misconfigurations (e.g. content security policy, password settings, access controls, clickjacking, etc.) to support security and privacy compliance in many global standard frameworks including GDPR, ISO27001, PCI-DSS, GLBA, APPI and HIPAA.
Automated scans take minutes and surface vulnerabilities.
See results of a scan classified by vulnerability type and severity.
Each vulnerability includes a background, issue, remediation, tracing, history & compliance implications.