HP unveils Fortify Static Code Analyzer 4.0
Sep 03, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Hewlett-Packard Company, or HP, a provider of products, technologies, software, solutions and services, has announced the introduction of HP Fortify Static Code Analyzer, or SCA, 4.0, delivering a new approach that reportedly enables organizations to assess the security of software through static application security testing.
"Software security vulnerabilities are becoming more prevalent as the demand to support new technology needs escalates," said Mike Armistead, vice president and general manager, Enterprise Security Products, Fortify, HP. "A holistic approach to software security is imperative, and with the HP Fortify portfolio, organizations have the ability to assess vulnerabilities across all of their software, assure security flaws are resolved before deployment, and protect applications from attacks once in production."
Building on HP Fortify's flagship offering, HP Fortify SCA 4.0 delivers a new approach to improving overall scan performance with heightened precision to support faster vulnerability detection and resolution.
This approach enables the analysis of multiple software application threads in parallel to enable: ten times faster scans and reduced false positives by 20 percent over previous versions of the product, enabling organizations to evaluate more software at a quicker pace and with improved results; Improved software security intelligence reports that equip IT departments with risk-ranked lists of issues for mobile, web, client and server applications, ensuring the timely resolution of high-priority vulnerabilities; Reduced application development time through more frequent security testing by enabling full application scanning without impacting development process and Flexible deployment options to fit any organization's business needs through either on-premises or on-demand access.
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