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    Improving application quality and security with HPE Security Fortify


    A focus on application security and detecting software vulnerabilities is growing in importance, and IT must employ a layered in-depth security defense approach that addresses modern security problems. The Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) – a series of steps, or phases, that provide a model for the development and lifecycle management of an application or piece of software – is a crucial methodology for any organization. Small changes in the SDLC can improve and protect computing environments, without breaking the bank.

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    Cox Automotive improves application quality and security with HPE Security Fortify

    With the help of a comprehensive application security testing program such as on Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Security Fortify solutions, security teams can stay empowered with all the right tools and strategies they need to go into battle (whether known or unknown) and maximize application security.

    Fortify on Demand is an innovative cloud-based portal that provides developers with easy access to the information they need to rapidly fix any vulnerabilities once they are detected. The adaptable solution is the right choice for companies wanting to build customizable software with fewer security incidents while reducing time and effort.

    Organizations using HPE Security Fortify will be able to detect, prioritize and fix known open source vulnerabilities as well as custom code vulnerabilities – all through a single view in HPE Security Fortify Software Security Center.

    Download this case study to learn how Cox Automotive, a leader in the automotive industry, enlisted the help of HPE Security Fortify solutions to stay protected from outside threats and safeguard their customers and future.

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