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Application security and risk management: Whitepaper

The IBM Security AppScan portfolio includes solutions for both security teams and development organizations to collectively address application security by identifying and remediating vulnerabilities early in the software development lifecycle, when they are easier and less expensive to correct. IBM research drives IBM Security AppScan solutions to identify the latest threats with advanced security testing for application security analysts. With more than a decade of application security experience, IBM Security AppScan solutions deliver some of the most advanced testing features that combine expert analysis with ease of use.

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