Tame Your Application Frontier with IBM Application Security Open Source Analyzer

May 18, 2017
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Your management of modern-day application security vulnerabilities can be compared to a sheriff enforcing law in a frontier town in the American West. In the blink of an eye, new application security risks can roll into town, with high potential risk to your organization and little predictability. In addition, modern technology makes it more challenging to differentiate between the “good cowboys” in white hats from the “bad cowboys” in black hats.

With 57% of organizations deploying open-source software in their production environments, there needs to be a new sheriff in town: You.

Armed with IBM Application Security Open Source Analyzer, you can wrangle the maverick code contained in your organization’s open source components by automating security testing and configuring your scanning activity. As such, Open Source Analyzer permits you to gain control and visibility over your open source risk  by continuously identifying vulnerable open source components in your software.

Open Source Analyzer is a key component of IBM’s Application Security on Cloud solution. Application Security on Cloud also enables you to conveniently and efficiently perform Static Application Security Testing (SAST), Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) and mobile application security testing for iOS and Android applications, all in the Cloud.


Learn more about the critical importance of open-source application security testing and register for a complimentary trial to test-drive IBM Application Security on Cloud today.

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Neil Jones
Major Events Content Strategist for IBM Security

Neil currently serves as Major Events Content Strategist for IBM Security. He possesses more than 15 years of experience in the IT security space, and has wo...
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