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Application Development Security Solution Offered by HP

By Baselinemag  |  Posted 2010-06-14 Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 

Technology giant Hewlett-Packard announced a security service to help companies reduce vulnerabilities at the onset of the application development lifecycle, Comprehensive Applications Threat Analysis.

Businesses looking for greater security during the application development cycle might consider HP's Comprehensive Applications Threat Analysis service, part of the company's Secure Advantage portfolio. The solution, an early life cycle security assessment service that addresses latent defects in applications and architecture, is available worldwide and provides architectural as well as design guidance alongside recommendations for security controls and best practices.

The service includes the Security Requirements Gap Analysis, which provides clients with access to security expertise and the tools to fix and avoid security issues. This capability examines applications to identify technical security requirements imposed by relevant laws, regulations or practices. The solution also includes the Architectural Threat Analysis, which is aimed at reducing client rework costs resulting from security scans, penetration tests and other vulnerability-finding activities. This capability identifies changes in application architecture to reduce the risk of latent security defects.

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