Security and risk management leaders are being driven by modern application design and the rise of DevSecOps.
Gartner estimates "by 2025, 70% of attacks against containers will be from known vulnerabilities and misconfigurations that could have been remediated."
What you’ll learn in this Magic Quadrant report:
- How GitLab placed for the first time as a DevOps Toolchain supplier in this Magic Quadrant
- What are the four main types of AST tools enterprises are deploying to secure their applications
- Why support for enterprise DevOps initiatives is driving the evolution of the AST market
Download the report to learn more about AST and how you can use GitLab to lower your application security risk.
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Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing, Mark Horvath, Dionisio Zumerle, Dale Gardner, 29 April 2020