IBM Security AppScan Previous Solutions

Director3005
Director Of Product Cyber Security at a aerospace/defense firm with 10,001+ employees
Here I have an unfair advantage. I came out of a large security company, and because of my experience and the fact that we had a need, I looked around for the best solutions that were available. There were a lot of competitors. The question was, how well it would integrate with our process, since we were developing a full SDL with security tool check-points. AppScan fit that very well. The most important criteria when selecting a vendor were that it had a great product, but I had to have a product that I could integrate and automate. For me, it wasn't a matter if it was best in breed, they had the neatest slice of cheese. What I was looking for was, could it integrate and automate? If it couldn't, they weren't on the selection list. View full review »
Rodolfo San Vicente
CTO at Anzen
Usually our clients want to build in-house, but when we present the benefits of a product already built and, out of the box, it can offer a lot of features and can solve the problem right now... Sometimes the cost is equivalent to development, but it's more your product. A key factor for decision making is the release time. I can release in two months. or it can be released in six months, so that's a critical factor: price versus release date. View full review »
Shaikh Jamal Uddin
Information Security Lead Consultant at Secure Coat
We previously used Burp Suite. This application is best for static scanning. View full review »
Prasoon Nigam
Security Consultant at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
Yes. We switched because they made our work easier, with fewer false positives. View full review »
PeopleLe1e05
People Leader Of Cyber Strategy And Solutions at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
We were using something else (a competing product of IBM), but we switched to AppScan because it is reliable. View full review »

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