GitHub Advanced Security vs Onapsis comparison

 

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GitHub Advanced Security
Ranking in Application Security Tools
16th
Average Rating
9.0
Number of Reviews
6
Ranking in other categories
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Onapsis
Ranking in Application Security Tools
38th
Average Rating
8.0
Number of Reviews
1
Ranking in other categories
No ranking in other categories
 

Featured Reviews

PA
Feb 5, 2024
A tool that provides ease of integration with the set of existing codes in an infrastructure
The deployment part of the product is an area of concern that needs to be made easier from an improvement perspective. In my company, the actual implementation phase takes time, though the tool is able to give us reports. It is not easy for our company's teams to understand what changes are to be made to the product. If there are some guidelines on how to make the changes in GitHub Advanced Security and how to address the vulnerabilities, then it would be a better tool. In general, the implementation part of the product is an area of concern where improvements are required.
it_user19113 - PeerSpot reviewer
Sep 29, 2016
It checks for and reports vulnerabilities on all SAP systems at the OS, DB and SAP levels.
I really love how Onapsis X1 is able to check SAP for threats; the reporting was something I felt could be improved. It could be a little easier to use and to publish for consumption with a larger audience. Currently, it takes some background jobs and additional work to get them published. It was difficult to get interactive reports to the different levels of the business. I would have to download them and send them out, or save them on my SharePoint site and send out a weekly link. In the version of the product I was usingת I had to log into the X1 system directly to get to the reports. Reporting would be used by several different areas of the organizationת many of whom would be at the director and executive levels. It would not make sense to have them log directly into the tool to look at these reports. Add to this that there was only one ID that could be used to log in and view the reports. To solve this problemת I had to run all of the different reports; executive summary down to detailed analysis and then export them out to my security team SharePoint site. To automate this processת a batch script was created to run after the X1 analyzed the systems. The script would pull the reports and place them in the SharePoint site automatically, but it was a bit of a hassle to get set up.

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Top Industries

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Computer Software Company
12%
Financial Services Firm
12%
Manufacturing Company
8%
Government
7%
Computer Software Company
19%
Manufacturing Company
12%
Energy/Utilities Company
11%
Government
6%
 

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Questions from the Community

What do you like most about GitHub Advanced Security?
It is a stable solution...It is a scalable solution as it can handle new applications along with the analysis part.
What needs improvement with GitHub Advanced Security?
The deployment part of the product is an area of concern that needs to be made easier from an improvement perspective. In my company, the actual implementation phase takes time, though the tool is ...
What is your primary use case for GitHub Advanced Security?
I use the solution in my company to develop web applications and mobile apps. In my company, we use GitHub Advanced Security to check the vulnerabilities in the codes.
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