Why Interactive Security Analysis for Go Applications Is Needed

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Contrast Security Presenters: Erik Costlow, Sourabh Katti, Benji Vesterby

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Learn how Contrast can help application security teams improve the security of Go applications with the industry’s first interactive application security analyzer for the Go language. The addition of the Contrast Go agent to the Contrast Application Security Platform provides an automated method of detecting critical security vulnerabilities in Go-based code—without false positives that cause workflow bottlenecks. This webinar looks at how Contrast can help organizations improve testing and protection of their Golang projects. Watch the on-demand webinar to learn … • Where Go fits into software and why development teams choose it • How security analyzers focus on simplifying any gaps or discussions between software teams • The difference between composition analysis (dependencies) and integrated analysis (custom vulnerabilities) • How to use interactive application security testing (IAST) in the software development life cycle • How integrated analyzers work in different software languages • And more …

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Contrast Security is the leader in next-generation application security, embedding code vulnerability analysis and attack prevention directly into software through instrumentation. Contrast’s patented deep security instrumentation completely disrupts traditional application security approaches with integrated, comprehensive security observability that delivers highly accurate assessment and continuous protection of an entire application portfolio. This eliminates the need for disruptive scanning, expensive infrastructure workloads, and specialized security experts. The Contrast Application Security Platform accelerates development cycles, improving efficiencies and cost, and enabling rapid scale while protecting applications from known and unknown threats.