Invicti, the company behind Acunetix and Netsparker, has been securing public sector web applications for years, working with prominent agencies such as NIH, DOT, and the United States Armed Forces.

As part of GovLoop’s Cyber Resiliency Guide, Bouncing Back: How Your Agency Can Handle Disruption and Embrace Resilience, Ted Rutsch, Invicti Federal Account Executive, discussed the importance of web application security to help government agencies maintain strong IT security risk postures and compliance.

Rather than utilizing manual penetration testing or legacy scanners prone to false positives, Ted suggests automating processes in DevSecOps and leveraging dynamic application security testing (DAST) to streamline web application security. With this modern approach, agencies can shorten the development lifecycle, better utilize resources, and avoid damaging security incidents.

Recent years have demonstrated that no agency can permanently avoid setbacks. From the COVID-19 pandemic to natural disasters, the list of organizational challenges keeps growing. However, there are ways your agency can fortify its resilience and keep operating no matter the circumstance.

Download your free guide now to access Ted’s full article and launch your agency’s journey toward lasting durability.


Lindsey Stalnaker
Federal Marketing Manager
Lindsey Stalnaker is the Federal Marketing Manager for Invicti Security, the company behind Acunetix and Netsparker. A marketing professional for nearly a decade, she specializes in digital marketing, content creation, and event management for the public sector.