HP Security and CSC team up to announce AppSec on Demand

Cyber threats are on the rise, and are growing in complexity. What’s needed is the ability for organizations to cut down on operational expenses, which maintaining an aggressive security posture. Teaming up with HP Security, CSC appsecblame.pngrecently announced AppSEC on Demand—an offering that supports organizations in testing the security of software apps and builds additional security into their software development lifecycle. CSC has a long-standing relationship with HP, as they lead with both ArcSight and Fortify “as a service” offerings as principal partners in cyber for SIEM and application security. 

 

Answering the growing concerns of cybersecurity, CSC’s offering for application security ties together proven software, certified experts and tested processes to substantially lower the risk for organizations by giving them the ability to perform security testing on all apps for every release. Conducting tests on the application code, then verifying the results, CSC presents a detailed report of vulnerability findings to clients, accompanied by recommendations on how to further protect their organization with procedural and code changes. Tests include:

  • Static analysis of applications in non-run-time environments
  • Dynamic assessments on live applications
  • Security assessments on mobile applications

 

Allowing testing of the secure status of an organization’s software, this new CSC app sec testing-on-demand can do so without incurring extra technology and infrastructure overheads.

 

Click here to learn more about how HP Fortify can help your organization and be sure to attend HP Protect—HP’s premier security event!

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