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How can AST tools improve application security?

According to WhiteHat’s reports, only 37% of enterprises have an application security testing (AST) toolkit at the ready.

Integrating AST tools into the software development lifecycle (SDLC) can help businesses curb the risks introduced by open source components and data breaches. What’s your business’ strategy?

Read this 451 Research report to learn how introducing AST tools to your organization’s SDLC can ease your application security stress. Click here for access.

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