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Our build pipelines use [npm audit](https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/running-a-security-audit) to test for CVEs (common vulnerabilities and exposures). Therefore we are not be able to deploy new builds with known bugs. However, CVEs can occur to existing, deployed production applications as well. We need a dashboard to visualize all of the CVEs in our running applications, so that they can be mitigated as soon as possible.

The web is a dangerous place... Our site faces attacks constantly. We must monitor attacks across hundreds of applications, wholistically.
The web is a dangerous place and our sites face attacks constantly. We must monitor attacks across hundreds of applications, holistically.

## What

Contrast "Assess" runs build-time dynamic analysis alongside your test suite to check for possible software [vulnerabilities](https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_Top_Ten_2017_Project) in your application and its dependencies, while in development and QA environments. This is known as "IAST", AKA Interactive Application Security Testing.
Contrast Assess runs build-time dynamic analysis alongside your test suite to check for possible software [vulnerabilities](https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_Top_Ten_2017_Project) in your application and its dependencies, while in development and QA environments. This is known as Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST).

Contrast "Protect" can intercept attacks before they hit production. This is known as "RASP", AKA Runtime Application Self Protection.
Contrast Protect intercepts attacks before they hit production. This is known as Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP).

## How

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