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Using DAST to Expand DevOps Security Coverage

The state of application security is constantly evolving with changing web architectures and approaches. These changes are making security teams employ a wider range of techniques and toolsets to find vulnerabilities within their applications. Web and mobile applications each present... Read more…

Planning Ahead to Prevent Vulnerabilities

The cost to remediate vulnerabilities increases as those vulnerabilities make it further into the development process. If they make it into a final release, those vulnerabilities can leave organizations vulnerable to attacks, costing time and resources to address, as well... Read more…

Managing Vulnerabilities Introduced from Open Source Code Libraries

Modern development architectures are commonly based around open source components. Using open source components helps organizations lower their overall development cost while improving the time to market for new applications. Introducing these components however, can lead to serious consequences when... Read more…

ThreadFix Update: COVID-19

As the circumstances surrounding COVID-19 continue to evolve around the world, we at Denim Group want to ensure you that we are doing our part to support our teams and yours during these trying times. The health and safety of... Read more…

What are the benefits of SAST testing in CI/CD pipelines?

Static application security testing (SAST) is traditionally used in software development lifecycles both early on in the process and often to “white box” test all files containing source code. Integrating SAST into modern CI/CD pipelines allows developers to continuously monitor... Read more…

Managing Web Application Security

Web application scanners using dynamic application security testing (DAST) methods are ideal at identifying common vulnerabilities such as cross-site scripting, SQL injection, command execution and more. When used in conjunction with whitebox static application security testing (SAST) results that identify... Read more…