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  • Securing Digital Government and Citizen Trust

    Check out this e-book to learn how, by leveraging a zero-trust model, government agencies are securing the software supply chain, shortening software development and deployment cycles, and improving customer experiences.

  • Get Serious About Security With Veracode Security Labs

    35% of organizations say that less than half of their development teams participate in formal security training, according to ESG. This is despite the fact that developers are often the only ones who can fix the vulnerabilities in code. That’s where Veracode Security Labs comes in. Access this white paper to get started.

  • Secure Devops Survival Guide

    You might think everyone is using a DevOps model except you, but only 22% of organizations have made the switch to DevOps, according to Puppet. This DevOps survival guide breaks down why you should make the move, how to build a culture around this new model, and what tools you need to succeed. Get started here.

  • Securing Your APIs: What You Need to Know

    If you have APIs unaccounted for out in the wild, they’re just a security breach waiting to happen. But how can your organization balance tight security with fast development times? This webinar dives into what you need to know to secure your APIs, including how to shift left effectively and how to solve the runtime security problem. Tune in here.

  • Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing

    This Magic Quadrant report from Gartner on application security testing (AST) vendors compares many of the top companies like Synopsys, Varacode, and Checkmarx on their offerings. Access the report here to explore which AST vendor is the right one for your organization.

  • Urban Myths About Secure Coding

    Urban myths, whether rooted in reality or fabricated entirely, have the power to change perception. Read this e-book which is designed to rectify these misconceptions by presenting six common urban myths about secure coding and giving practical guidance for how to overcome them.

  • Veracode Software Composition Analysis

    About 7 in every 10 applications have at least 1 security flaw in an open-source library. Veracode looks to solve this problem with their offering Software Composition Analysis (SCA), which monitors open-source libraries to track down security weaknesses. Download the full e-book and discover the security flaws hiding in your applications.

  • Good, Better, and Best Practices to Follow When Starting an AppSec Program

    Time, budget, culture, and other factors limit an organization’s ability to fully dedicate themselves to AppSec development. Despite this, you shouldn’t settle for inadequacy, because there is still a way to build an effective AppSec program. Read this full document to see how you can build AppSec, without focusing on traditional resources.

  • Building a Business Case for Expanding Your AppSec Program

    According to a report by Forrester, companies who switched to Veracode’s application security offering spent 90% less time resolving security flaws and saved $5.6 million. Read this white paper to learn about how Veracode’ strategy brings AppSec to the modern world.

  • Veracode Inc Video

    As the market moves more towards app-driven models, it is important that companies pay attention to application security and ensure that their sensitive data is always protected. Watch Veracode’s full webcast and see why experts are valuing application security more than ever before.

  • Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing

    As the cybersecurity industry falls under more pressure, AST tools that can accurately diagnose security issues are indispensable to cybersecurity professionals. Read this analysis, in which Gartner evaluates different AST vendors, such as, Veracode, Checkmarx, and Synopsys, using a varying array of metrics, and see which option is best for you.

  • Beyond Log4j: Improving Open- Source Software Security

    Log4j was only the microcosm of a larger problem facing the security of open-source software. Read this interview to see how experts such as, Chris Wysopal, co-founder and CTO of Vareacode, view Log4j and the future of open-source software security.

  • What Is Application Security?

    According to a recent report, 76% of all software applications have some sort of a security flaw. Applications are often seen as products in and of themselves, but when they are given sensitive information, it is important that they also be secure. Access the full infosheet to learn more about the current state of application security.

  • State of Software Security Volume 12

    In this year’s State of Software Security report, explore the lowdown on Static, Dynamic, and Software Composition Analysis, what the rise of microservices means for application security, and the software bill of mistakes. Download the report here for safekeeping.

  • Four Ways to Increase Developer Buy in of AppSec


  • Dynamic Analysis in a DevSecOps World


  • The Forrester Wave™: Static Application Security Testing, Q1 2021

    In this exclusive Forrester Wave report, discover the 12 providers leading static application security testing (SAST), as well as what the next generation of SAST tools are focusing on. Get the details now. Save the report here.

  • Evaluating and Selecting AppSec Vendors to Fit Your Business Needs

    The application security (AppSec) market is oversaturated with an abundance of options, which can make finding an AppSec vendor/offering best fit for your unique needs a difficult task. Read this infosheet for some expert guidance to help get you started on your AppSec journey.

  • Communicating Application Security Success to Your Executive Leadership

    For CISOs, illustrating the gravity of security metrics to non-technical folks can sometimes be tricky. This infographic provides a broad set of data points you should illustrate when trying to demonstrate the success of your application security program – read on to get started.

  • SAST vs. DAST: What Are the Differencesand Why Are They Both Important?

    If you only use SAST, you miss out on detecting critical flaws from open source vulnerabilities and configuration errors. The more application security scan types you employ, the more flaws you uncover. This infographic dives deeper into the differences between SAST and DAST, and establishes the benefits of using both scan types in unison.

  • Understanding Your Open Source Risk

    Developers are being asked to push out more software — and in shorter periods of time — than ever before. This has led to an increased reliance on open source libraries, and as this code is reused, it comes with a high risk of vulnerability. Access this e-book to learn more about the risks of open source and the challenges in securing it.

  • Your Path to a Mature AppSec Program

    Due to the sensitive data they contain, applications are often the target of cyberattacks – and unfortunately, application security approaches are rarely equipped to handle today’s threats. Read this e-book to learn how to modernize your application security approach.

  • Understanding Modern Software Development

    Download this resource to learn about how software development tools and processes changed recently, challenges developers run into while trying to balance these new tools and processes, and what security professionals can do to get developers fully on board with security.

  • Securing DevOps

    Integrating security operations into pre-existing DevOps processes can yield numerous business benefits – including a measurable growth in both profit and revenue. Read this whitepaper to unlock the 5 principles of DevSecOps to help you get started.

  • The Advantages of a SaaS-Based Application Security Solution

    In this infographic, discover 7 advantages of a SaaS-based application security program vs. on-premises.

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