AutoRabit unveils security tools for Salesforce ecosystems

by | Sep 13, 2022 | Technology

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Low-code and no-code tools are empowering a whole new generation of developers. Salesforce, in particular, continues to release features that enable users to “click, not code.”

An expanding workforce of less-experienced developers requires tools with enhanced capabilities — particularly those involving cybersecurity, explained Eric Pearson, senior product manager and regional vice president with devops company AutoRabit.

To help organizations monitor performance and mitigate risk in an expanding threat landscape, AutoRabit today announced the launch of CodeScan Shield. Its new no-code analysis tool allows admins and developers to easily scan a Salesforce ecosystem for security threats and immediately informs them of potential errors before a major breach occurs.

“By expanding our DevSecOps tool set to monitor performance and mitigate risk, we can now help development teams with consistency, compliance, and data security,” said Pearson.

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Salesforce is the dominant leader in the customer relationship management (CRM) software market, with a nearly 24% market share in 2021. A recent report by the International Data Center (IDC) commissioned by Salesforce predicts that the company and its partners will create 9.3 million new jobs and $1.6 trillion in new business revenue worldwide by 2026. 

AutoRabit is a leader in the Salesforce DevSecOps and devops market, competing with Flosum, Copado, Gearset and OwnBackup. 

DevSecOps is a process addressing development, security, and operations simultaneously through the full application lifecycle. In the wake of growing — and ever more sophisticated — cyberattacks, the overall DevSecOps market is booming — valued at an estimated $2.55 billion in 2020 and expected to reach $23.42 billion by 2028. 

According to Emergen Research, growth is driven by rising needs for repeatable and adaptive processes and automated monitoring and testing. Custom code security with various testing approaches — Static Application Security Testing (SAST), Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) and Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST), for example — is also driving the adoption of DevSecOps tools.

“DevSecOps offers flexibility to repetitive and adaptive procedures,” the report states. …

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