They can—if you have a SAST tool that helps developers find and fix real security defects rather than hindering their productivity with false positives.
Learn about the security considerations for COVID-19 track and trace mobile apps and how to integrate static analysis into your DevSecOps pipeline.
In this week’s webinars, we’ll talk about how to add static analysis to your development cycle and how to minimize open source risk in M&A transactions.
In this week’s webinars, we’ll share how to get the most out of your static analysis tool and how to make the transition from on-site to remote testing.
Learn how to protect Node.js apps against denial-of-service attacks, and how to integrate static application security testing into DevSecOps pipelines.
Learn more about modern application security programs, DevOps, and CI/CD, and how to integrate static analysis into your DevSecOps pipeline.
If you use an SCA tool, why should you use a SAST tool as well? Let’s discuss what each tool can and can’t do and how they complement each other.
Learn how to combine SAST and SCA to find and fix more security and quality issues, and how managed pen testing supports your risk management strategy.
There’s no single silver bullet for application security. Instead, you need a combination of application security tools and services. Here’s an overview.
Using static code analysis (SAST) and software composition analysis (SCA) together makes your software development process better, faster, and stronger.