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IAST defined, plus how it is impacting business-critical software

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[Webinar] The future of application security: Enable DevSecOps with IAST

In our on-demand IAST webinar, you’ll learn more about interactive application security testing and how to determine whether IAST is right for your organization.

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The intersection between IAST and SCA and why you need both in your security toolkit

Interactive application security testing (IAST) and software composition analysis (SCA) are powerful technologies—and you need both in your security toolkit.

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The AppSec alphabet soup: A guide to SAST, IAST, DAST, and RASP

Each application security testing tool (e.g., SAST, IAST, DAST, RASP) has distinct advantages, but you’ll get the best results when you use them together.

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Seeker is a better IAST tool—You can count the ways

The need for web apps to be secure is demonstrated at least weekly, if not daily. At the end of June, just two of several examples were the U.K. branch of the ticket-selling giant Ticketmaster, breached because of vulnerable code on its payments page, and a collection of around 4,000 hotels that relied on booking software from the French company FastBooking. Attackers were able to steal the personal information of an unknown number of guests owing to vulnerabilities in the company’s web app.

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IAST—A better bugtrap

IAST (interactive application security testing) is a better way to find bugs during the SDLC. And you know what they say about building a better mousetrap.

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How RASP complements application security testing to minimize risk

Should you replace any of your application security testing tools with a RASP solution? RASP should complement, rather than replace, your testing strategy.

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[Webinar] The total economic impact of the Seeker IAST tool

In this webinar, we describe an in-depth cost-benefit analysis performed on a real firm that deployed Seeker and quantify the potential ROI of the tool.

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What are the cost savings and business benefits of the Seeker IAST tool?

The Total Economic Impact™ Of Seeker®-Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST) by Synopsys, a December 2016 commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Synopsys, examines the potential return on investment (ROI) that enterprises may realize by deploying Seeker. The study provides readers with a framework to:

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