AppSec solutions provide automated application analysis in the pipeline. By scanning earlier and more frequently in the SDLC, vulnerabilities can be detected and remediated faster, which reduces security debt and increases your fix rate threshold.

IDE plugins also provide developers with real-time security feedback in their IDE as they are writing code, helping them learn on the job. By learning secure coding practices directly in their IDE, developers can confidently secure their 0’s and 1’s while ensuring that new flaws aren’t introduced into the pipeline. The scan also helps developers fix flaws with remediation guidance and code examples.
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Static Application Security Testing (SAST) is a set of technologies designed to analyze application source code, byte code and binaries for coding and design conditions that are indicative of security vulnerabilities. SAST solutions analyze an application from the “inside out” in a non-running state. 

Software Composition Analysis (SCA) is a practice in application security testing for managing third party components or open-source components. SCA scanning can inventory all the open-source components identified in application code as well as their direct and indirect libraries for their respective vulnerabilities. SCA scanning can also be used to list the licensing details associated with them. 

Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) is the act of automated security testing a running web application against a pre-set configuration, usually involving the OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities. Unlike SAST, DAST scanning doesn’t have access to the source code, so the vulnerabilities are detected by performing actual attacks. 
✓ Compatible with the most common languages and frameworks
✓ Reduce the introduction of new flaws
✓ Ensure compliance with industry standards and regulations
✓ Prioritize security issues with the highest impact

✓ Get recommendations module updates and their potential impact
✓ Detect license risks and breaches to avoid potential penalties
✓ Understand the third-party components that are actually being called upon
✓ Identify vulnerabilities that are beyond your direct libraries' dependencies

✓ Run both authenticated and unauthenticated scans
✓ Scan applications and API's, even those behind your company firewall
✓ Assess and build reports on your web application's compliance 
✓ Broad coverage with support for the latest web application frameworks
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