Smart devices, cyber security, and shifting left – the risks from inaction are too great

Smart devices are the new cyber security battlefront. Vulnerabilities lie within mobile apps themselves, exploited by attackers and malware. Enterprises are moving security practices and accountability further left, where apps are first developed.

DevOps Shift Lift Security

Augment physical device labs and ditch emulators

It's time to re-evaluate physical device labs for mobile security testing.

  • They are very costly to maintain.
  • Very limited in device model and OS availability and combinations.
  • Extremely challenging to maintain and refresh between testing cycles.
  • Procuring and shipping physical devices wastes time and introduces risks.
  • Root access/jailbreak is needed for comprehensive AppSec testing and is not possible or very complicated for iOS.
  • Emulators don't run on Arm, lack security fidelity, require code mods, and lack needed tooling and APIs.
  • The result is DevSecOps takes longer and complexity leads to security testing shortcuts and gaps.
Virtualize DevOps to Reduce Costs

Virtualization opens the door for developer and security teams

Corellium accelerates software development lifecycles with Arm-native virtual models and a powerful browser interface and APIs.

  • Easily spin-up endless combinations of device, OS and apps.
  • Single platform for iOS and Android, jailbreaks not required.
  • Use powerful built-in security tools and integrate with your existing developer, security, and DevOps tools.

Corellium enables more secure DevSecOps by simplifying the critical work of developer and security teams, and narrowing the cybersecurity skills gap.

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Streamline DevOps to accelerate R&D.

Streamline DevSecOps Mobile Devices

Integrate with CI/CD platforms

Corellium virtual devices are purpose-built to add continuous security testing to your DevSecOps workflows.

Flexible deployment options


Onsite appliances

On-site Corellium server and desktop appliances use the latest Arm processors. Appliances can be air-gapped for use in high-security locations.

Cloud service

The Corellium cloud service is hosted on AWS, using Amazon's Graviton Arm servers. Private AWS-based solutions are also available.