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Static Application Security Testing (SAST)

August 8, 2022

Static Application Security Testing (SAST) is a testing methodology that emphasizes analyzing source code to find security vulnerabilities that make applications susceptible to attack. These scans are done on an application before the code is compiled.

Many organizations use SAST vendors to review your code with a specific focus on security weaknesses. Trustpage use Snyk to keep our codebase free from security vulnerabilities that could put customers' data at risk, but we reviewed nine potential SAST vendors to make our selection.

Interested in which vendors we reviewed and how we made our decision? Read the full article here.

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