IBM Named A Security Solution Leader

Gartner, Inc. has named IBM as a leader in Application Security Testing (AST) in the recently published Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing which analyzes vendors' Static, Dynamic and Interactive Application Security Testing styles. IBM has been named a leader by Gartner in Application Security Testing in four consecutive reports. According to Gartner, IBM Security was recognized for its completeness of vision and ability to execute. As part of its AST portfolio, IBM has also added innovative Static Application Security Testing functionality to improve accuracy with Intelligent Code Analytics (ICA) and Intelligent Finding Analytics (IFA), both of which are delivered via the cloud to on-premises and cloud clients.

 

IBM's Application Security Management platform gives businesses a risk-centric unified reporting dashboard with a complementary framework to manage security risks in applications across business operations. IBM Security's Application Security Testing solutions including IBM Security AppScan and IBM Application Security on Cloud, provide preemptive protection for mobile and web-based applications.

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To download the full report, visit https://ibm.co/2o0mHsI    

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