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How to choose the right AppSec vendor/offering

The adoption of application security (AppSec) tools and capabilities has seen a steady rise in popularity over the last decade, with no signs of slowing down.

However, each organization’s application environment is unique – requiring an AppSec program that is custom-fit to their unique needs.

Read this infosheet to for helpful guidance when it comes to evaluating and choosing the right AppSec vendor/offering.

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