HCL AppScan has been positioned by Gartner as a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing for the second consecutive year.

AppScan’s leadership position on the Gartner Magic Quadrant further validates that customers and business partners should feel confident about the investment, innovation, and leadership that HCL Software is bringing to HCL AppScan. 

In its report, Gartner analysts Mark Horvath and Dale Gardner wrote that HCL AppScan “offers fast, agile, accurate scanning with greater accuracy and provides users with an expanded set of testing and compliance reporting capabilities.”

Together with HCL Software’s complementary DevOps products and focus on the breadth of coverage of security testing capabilities, the company is delivering a world-class continuous testing portfolio to its customers. 

HCL AppScan delivers a fast, accurate, and agile security testing platform that protects businesses, and their customers from cyber threats. It provides comprehensive security testing capabilities including DAST, SAST, IAST and SCA, and offers the right scanning technology for DevOps use cases through a well-designed and simple-to-use experience.

Self-correlating findings, targeted guidance, and developer assisted services empower developers to focus on the fix by reducing overall remediation time while enabling organizations to manage large-scale security programs with control, visibility, and governance.

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