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Zenity is the first governance and security platform that is dedicated to improving the security situation for low-code/no-code applications. As low code and no code applications continue to grow in popularity, the Zenity platform allows smaller organizations to develop these applications, without having to worry about complete cyber security solutions.

Low-code/no-code development and automation platforms are the wave of the future. The largest companies in the world are already adopting low-code/no-code development for their core business units.

Understanding the Low Code/No Code Challenges

With all the benefits that low-code/no-code development adds to a company, it also adds some risk. These risks or challenges are have been ignored by existing InfoSec and AppSec solutions.

  • Business Continuity
Lack of visibility and governance can result in widely adopted yet unowned applications that can break or overload resources.
  • Security

Business application logic, built to enable easy data access and transfer, elevates vulnerability or corruption of sensitive data.

  • Compliance

Ungoverned applications can lead to exposure and misuse of employee and customer PII, magnified by the inability to produce data flow tracking and audit records.

The Zenity Solution

The Zenity platform works 24/7 to protect all low-code/no-code applications and components! Its designs and implements governance policies, identifies security risks, detects emerging threats, and drives automatic mitigation and response.

There are four stages to Zenity’s platform:

  1. Discover: Locate the shadow-IT business applications across your low code/no code properties and track the movement of all sensitive data.
  2. Mitigate: Identify any vulnerabilities or poor configurations,  drive mitigation and fix it immediately.
  3. Govern: Create policies and deploy automatic enforcement to minimize the risks without affecting the business.
  4. Protect: Real time detection of any suspicious or malicious activity, like supply chain attacks, malware obfuscation, and data leakage.