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Invicti Security, Mend.io Partner for Full Spectrum AppSec Testing

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Invicti and Mend.io join forces! Get full-spectrum app security and continuous protection across your entire development lifecycle.

Invicti Security and Mend.io announced a partnership to bring the full spectrum of application security testing and supply chain security tools to customers. This partnership pairs Invicti’s DAST, IAST, and API Security domains with Mend’s SAST, SCA, and Container Security solutions to give customers full code coverage and continuous security.

Balancing development speed and innovation with the best cybersecurity practices is critical for companies building and deploying software, particularly as bad actors are increasingly creative and agile in their attack methods. A complete stack of appsec testing tools that prioritize accuracy and scale is necessary to ensure teams can keep pace with release schedules and security needs.

“The rising number of security vulnerabilities in software results in an ever-changing attack surface, presenting a major challenge to organizations in maintaining and improving their security posture,” said Alvaro Warden, Director of Global Channels and Partnerships at Invicti.” To manage this challenge, companies must have a comprehensive solution that provides speed, accuracy, and coverage in their application security tech stack.”

Invicti and Mend.io saw the opportunity to support customers last year through partner opportunities jointly. They continue to see growing demand for the joint, full-spectrum appsec testing solution as cloud-native software development is shifting risk attention from the network to the application level.

“We are thrilled to have this partnership and serve the world’s most demanding organizations with market-leading application security solutions from Mend.io and Invicti”. said Vered Shaked, Mend.io EVP of Corporate Development. “Our complementary offering, both static and dynamic, ensures continuous security delivery across the entire development lifecycle.”

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