Learn what constitutes an ideal static analysis (SAST) solution, the importance of depth of coverage, and some causes of false positives – how they come up, why they happen, and what can be done about them.
WhiteHat Security gathered data from our own security report, as well as numerous other sources about developers and application security, and we found some interesting patterns.
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There are compelling reasons to evaluate using a SAST platform like WhiteHat Sentinel Source, instead of using a point solution to run SAST scans.
For developers who are doing Agile app development and need to adhere to continuous integration and DevOps workflows, they need a SAST pocket knife with multiple blades that are fine-tuned for a specific purpose and meets their many needs.
WhiteHat Sentinel Source, which provides requisite plug-ins and integrations to these developer tools, including the Jenkins CI build tool for support of automated project builds as well as Sentinel scans of source code.