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In this case study, we are sharing details on how ASPIA helped Europe’s leading steel wire manufacturer organization with its Application Security Posture Management. ASPIA is a centralized collaborative platform that helps organizations manage the security posture of their applications. The product is designed to automate the process of identifying, prioritizing, and addressing vulnerabilities and threats in applications. To learn more about the importance of ASPM, please visit the blog for Application Security Posture Management (ASPM).

The company has employees around the globe and has a large number of applications, both in-house and third-party, that are used by its employees, customers, and partners. The company’s IT team is responsible for maintaining the security of these applications.


  • In the past, the organization faced several security breaches due to vulnerabilities in its applications. These breaches resulted in financial losses, reputational damage, and legal consequences for the company.
  • The company’s IT team did not have a formal process in place for identifying and managing application security risks. They relied on ad-hoc measures and periodic security assessments to identify vulnerabilities. However, these measures were not sufficient to keep up with the rapidly changing threat landscape.
  • The company did not have a dedicated security team and the IT team had limited expertise in application security. This made it difficult for them to effectively address the security risks in the applications.



To address these challenges, the company implemented ASPIA for Application Security Posture Management. The product provided the following benefits:

  • Automated security assessments: The product automated the process of conducting security assessments of the company’s applications. It used a combination of automated tools and manual testing methods to identify vulnerabilities and prioritize them based on their severity.
  • Remediation recommendations: The product provided recommendations on how to fix the identified vulnerabilities. These recommendations included applying patches, updating software, and implementing security controls.
  • Continuous monitoring: The product continuously monitored the security posture of the applications and alerted the IT team if it detected any new vulnerabilities or threats.
  • Expertise and resources: The product provided access to a team of application security experts who could assist the IT team in implementing the remediation measures. It also provided access to a library of resources, such as best practices and guidelines, to help the IT team build expertise in application security.



The implementation of the ASPIA Product for Application Security Posture Management resulted in significant improvements in Company’s application security posture. The company was able to significantly reduce the number of security breaches and incidents, which resulted in reduced financial losses and reputational damage. The IT team was also able to build expertise in application security, which helped them address security risks more effectively.



ASPIA for ASPM helped the organization effectively manage the security posture of its applications. The automated security assessments and remediation recommendations provided by the product made it easier for the IT team to identify and address vulnerabilities and threats. The continuous monitoring and access to expertise and resources also helped the IT team stay on top of the rapidly changing threat landscape. If you are looking to improve the security posture of your organization’s applications, consider using a product like ASPIA.


Security workflow management in a large enterprise relies heavily on a variety of IT systems, and security teams to support its operations. To protect these assets, the company maintains a team of cybersecurity analysts who are responsible for orchestrating, monitoring, and responding to security alerts and incidents. However, as the volume and complexity of threats have increased, the company has struggled to keep up with the volume of security assessments, alerts, and incidents, leading to delays in response and missed opportunities to prevent or mitigate attacks.

To address these challenges, the organization decided to implement ASPIA. ASPIA is designed to automate many of the manual tasks, simplify the workflows, and integrate with the company’s existing security tools and processes.


Before implementing ASPIA, the organization faced several challenges in managing its cybersecurity operations:

  • Huge amount of Manual effort:
    The amount of manual effort required by the security team to manage the workflows caused delays in response and missed opportunities to prevent or mitigate attacks.
  • Distributed systems and tools:
    Adding to the fatigue of manual efforts security teams also are required to manage all the systems and tools required for the orchestration and management of security workflows, and no platform is available to use all tools from one dashboard.
  • Poor security insights:
    Since the existing processes were complex and time-consuming the organizations often lacked security insights and were not able to get real-time updates on their security.



To address these challenges, ASPIA was chosen as a solution provider, which included the following capabilities:

  • Automation of incident response tasks:
    ASPIA automates many of the manual tasks involved in managing the security workflows, such as gathering and analyzing evidence, preparing reports, listing affected resources, and deploying remediation measures. This allows the security team to respond to threats more quickly and effectively.
  • Integration with existing security tools and processes:
    The ASPIA integrates with the company’s existing security tools and processes, allowing the security team to manage and respond to incidents from a single interface.
  • Granular insights:
    ASPIA analyzes and prioritizes vulnerabilities and threats based on their potential impact. With ASPIA analysis organization was able to visualize the granular insights about their security posture. This helped the security team to focus on the most important threats and to respond to incidents more efficiently.


As a result of implementing ASPIA, the organization has seen significant improvements in its cybersecurity operations:

  • The automation of manual tasks has allowed the security team to respond to threats more quickly and with greater accuracy. This has helped to prevent or mitigate a number of attacks and to reduce the number of false positives.
  • By automating many manual tasks and providing a unified platform. ASPIA has freed up time for the security team to focus on more strategic tasks. This has resulted in an overall increase in productivity and effectiveness.
  • ASPIA has helped the organization improve its security posture by automating, orchestrating, and simplifying the security workflows effectively.



The implementation of ASPIA has been a major success for the organization. By automating many of the manual tasks, orchestrating the security workflows, and receiving granular insights. The organization has been able to improve its overall security posture. ASPIA offers cost-effective innovative cybersecurity solutions and services to enterprise customers in order to achieve matured security state. With ASPIA organizations can achieve a mature security state with the orchestration and automation of their security workflows.

Thick client penetration testing tools

ASPIA helped one of India’s leading entertainment industry giants with PAN India operations to validate their enterprise security. ASPIA security testing services team performed external security assessments for their enterprise infrastructure and applications. 


The customer needed to validate the security controls deployed within their assets and IT infrastructure and to address the following concerns:

  • Validate the effectiveness of safeguard controls to protect sensitive data of the enterprise. In order to protect the company’s reputation from any potential data loss.
  • Conduct external vulnerability assessment and penetration testing of the client’s infrastructure and applications
  • Execute effective grey box and black box testing of the enterprise assets.
  • Test security of web, mobile, and thick client applications that allowed the customers to use their services, that process, and store user’s personal information, financial records, etc.



  • The ASPIA team performed vulnerability assessment and penetration testing of the client’s infrastructure, and applications(web, mobile, and thick client) with the testing tools compliant with the ethical hacking methodology.
  • Our security experts performed application penetration testing based on OWASP and SANS25 guidelines.
  • The ASPIA team also chose the black-box testing model and simulated various near real-time cyber-attacks.
  • ASPIA security testing services team followed a combination of automated and manual approaches to conduct a thorough security assessment.



  • After completing the security assessment ASPIA team delivered a comprehensive assessment report along with the vulnerabilities elimination strategy.
  • ASPIA elevated clients’ trust and satisfaction because of the proactive security improvement in their applications.
  • ASPIA team delivered a detailed remediation plan, that helped the client to increase the overall level of enterprise security 
  • The management team was able to make efficient and prioritized decisions for vulnerability resolution and have clear visibility into their security state.

With ASPIA security testing services, the client got comprehensive reports on the security risk assessment of the applications, servers, firewall, and internal network.

Our security experts performed retesting after the client addressed all the vulnerabilities according to the suggested remediation plan. The revalidations showed an elevated security level of the network’s external perimeter and internal environment.