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Matthias Rohr, CISSP, CCSLP, is the founder and lead security architect at Secodis. Matthias began working in this field in 2004 and is since a frequent speaker on international AppSec conferences, book author, author of TSS-Web and an active AppSec community contributor. He lives and works in Hamburg / Germany.
Tag Archives: SAST
Tools that test code for common vulnerabilities such as OWASP Top Ten fall today in three categories of AST (Application Security Testing) tools: SAST (static code scanning), DAST (dynamic app scan) and IAST (dynamic code scanning). Consequently, there are not … Continue reading
One publication that usually became a lot of attention in the application security market is of course Gartner’s magic quadrant. A new one for Application Security Testing (that is confusingly abbreviated with “AST”, a term that in software anylysis usually … Continue reading
A few months ago, Gary McGraw wrote an interesting article on SAST deployments in the field. In it, he basically differentiates two service models: Code Scanning Factory (actually he called it “centralized code review scanning factory for code review”) Self Service … Continue reading
Despite the fact that there are quite a few reservations concerning the use of application security scanning technologies (e.g. false positives, false negatives, usability and of course the price), there are also a couple of good reasons for using such … Continue reading