First World Web Application Security Problems?

Too many web applications to manage? Tired of manually verifying false positives? You do not know from where to start?

Thousands of professionals had the same problem until they discovered Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner
NASA Samsung US Department of Homeland Security ISACA Microsoft ING BAH
Siemens OECD Verisign EY Fortis

Many Have Integrated Netsparker in their SDLC

“As we are faced with perpetual evolving security threats and vulnerabilities, Netsparker brings a level of assurance to our business as it is included as part of our development lifecycle to help identify and mitigate such threats prior to deployment.”

Chris Evans, ISACA

Morneau Shepell

And Automated Much More of the Vulnerability Assessment

“We started looking for a more efficient solution that could help us automated most of the tasks, and Netsparker was the obvious choice because it automatically verifies identified vulnerabilities. Therefore our team didn’t need to allocate time in verifying the scanner’s findings.”

Mihai Petre, Morneau Shepell

Oakland University

They Stay Ahead of the Game and Identify Vulnerabilities in Ever Changing Web Applications

“Since the university’s web applications are frequently changing to adapt to the students’ and university’s needs and because malicious attacks are becoming more sophisticated, it is important that we keep on scanning all of them frequently for the latest type of security...”

Dan Fryer, Oakland University

ING Bank

Because Netsparker Detects More Vulnerabilities Than Other Solutions

“As opposed to other web application scanners we used, Netsparker is very easy to use and does not require a lot of configuring. An out of the box installation of Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner can detect more vulnerabilities than any other web application security solution”

Perry Mertens, ING Bank


Others Use Netsparker Because They Were Impressed!

“We were impressed by the amount of positive feedback from your existing customers and also the calibre of the companies who were already using Netsparker.”

Tom Mallory, ProfitKeeper