Web Applications are the #1 Cause of Data Breaches

Percentage (blue bar), and count of breaches per pattern. The gray line represents the percentage of breaches from the 2015 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR).
Source: 2016 DBIR

Gauntlet.io lets you: (1) run multiple security scanners (including your own) to identify vulnerabilities in web applications, servers and source code, (2) consolidate results from different scanners in a single interface, (3) create workflows to take action upon such vulnerabilities, e.g., if a vulnerability is not fixed within 10 days, notify the manager by email, send a webhook or run an arbitrary function and (4) discover security insights by generating managerial reports.

This way Gauntlet.io helps you to protect your applications and infrastructure, earn the trust of stakeholders and reduce the likelihood of data breaches.

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"Gauntlet is our #1 choice when it comes to manage and identify vulnerabilities. They have the complete application security platform we need."

Ulyssis Onha, CEO

"The very first assessment pointed us security issues that we didn't notice before. It was crucial to improve Yourviews security posture."

Fernando Shine, CEO

"Thanks to Gauntlet orchestration capabilities we are able to run multiple tools effortlessly and collect consolidated results. It's our lifesaver!"

Nichols Jasper, CEO

Spark Security

Identify Security Bugs


The challenge of securing web applications nowadays is the ability to identify security bugs. If finding bugs were easy, web application wouldn't be the primary cause of data breaches.

Because of that multiple approaches have been developed, including manual tests and automated tests. Regarding automated tests there 4 main categories:

  • Dynamic Application Testing (DAST): test an application / infrastructure while it is running / deployed
  • Static Application Testing (SAST): analyze the application source code
  • Interactive Application Testing (IAST): place an agent in your application to monitor its behavior and identify bugs
  • Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP): place an agent in your application to defend against attacks on runtime

With many different approaches, you may wonder which is the best. But the truth is that the best is to run them all. It may sound crazy and expensive at first, but you can't rely on a single method to provide protection. You have to combine all your efforts to maximize the security provided in your applications.

Because every approach has a trade-off. For example DAST can also verify the underlying infrastructure that is deployed to support the application while SAST can't. On the other hand SAST can identify logic bombs and backdoors easier than any DAST solution. IAST and RASP are too specific. The best agent would be the one tied with the language and framework in use, which changes a lot. Furthermore they add a performance penalty because of the analysis tasks themselves.


That's why we built Gauntlet, the continuous application security platform that lets you combine DAST and SAST and test your controls continuously. Moreover, we let you combine approaches and SCANNERS. Yes, combine scanners.

The majority of solutions out there let you execute only a single scanner, while the best would be the run as many as you could to identify the maximum number of bugs. That's Gauntlet's main differential for you.

With our scanner orchestration capability you can run well-known scanners from the market or use your own.

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The Continuous Application Security Platform

Identify & Manage Security Bugs

Manage Security Bugs


We know that finding bugs isn't enough. You may have tons of security bugs that were identified already, but no one fixed yet.

There are plenty of reasons on why it happens. And the main one we've seen is to get overwhelmed. There are too many bugs, but they are not prioritized, or the responsible for fixing already was notified and didn't act, there is a need to follow up, and so on.

That said, we understand that you need to manage those bugs, separate signal from noise, prioritize and fix, if the fix financial cost is lesser than the impact of the bug being exploited, of course. Because of that we believe that you deserve a simple yet effective way to deal with all of it, so we created a Vulnerability & Risk Management platform.


Our platform is able to combine vulnerabilities from multiple scanners, including a custom one that you may use, or a manually generated one, and present it in a centralized fashion. This way you're able to classify their severity and apply policies to guarantee that actions will be taken upon such vulnerabilities.

You'll also have an improved visibility of your organization risks, thanks to our dashbords containing only the necessary information for you to take action and our notification system, that is tied to policies that you can configure.

It's pretty much amazing, although we're biased to say that.

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