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Prevent False Positives From Derailing Shift Left

Content By Devops .com Static application security testing (SAST) tools are designed to balance false positives (incorrect warnings) with false negatives (missed vulnerabilities) primarily because deeper analysis requires more time and computing resources. Both of these are in short supply among developers that are tasked...

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SAST, DAST, SCA: What’s Best For AppSec Testing?

Content By Devops .com According to the most recent Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, almost 90% of data breaches are driven by financial gain, up from 71% in last year’s report. Most noteworthy, however, is that cloud platforms are particularly at risk, with web application...

GrammaTech Allies with GitLab to Advance DevSecOps

Content By Devops .com GrammaTech announced today it has partnered with GitLab to integrate its GrammaTech CodeSonar static application security testing (SAST) tools with the GitLab Ultimate DevSecOps platform. Vince Arneja, chief product officer at GrammaTech, said integration with continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) platforms such...

What is SAST? Overview + SAST Tools

Content By Devops .com Ensuring your software is safeguarded against potential security vulnerabilities and threats is essential in the development process. One of the most beneficial, secure software development practices is to use static application security testing (SAST) and SAST tools. What You Need to...