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Fortify SAST Integration with Azure

This course gives you multiple ways to include Fortify into your Azure DevOps to create an efficient DevSecOps that runs Static Application Security Testing (SAST) along with your application development. You can choose to work through all of the different options in this course that are available for Azure and Fortify to get a full understanding of both products, or you can choose a specific topic on ‘how to’ scan your source code according to your preference.

To provide you with the best Learner Experience, we are now offering DIRECT One-click (Quick Access) to our FREE Fortify Digital Learning offerings. One-click & you can access the material. All we ask is that you fill out the Anonymous Survey at the end of the offering so that we can continue offering you the best Learner Experience possible. Depending on the response (Surveys), this offering might only be available for a limited time?

Course (New): (FREE for All – Quick Access) Fortify SAST Integration with Azure: This course follows the story of you as the Fortify Security Champion. Management has decided to utilize Fortify in your Azure DevOps to deal with explosive application security risks. You will configure Fortify in Azure, as well as run Fortify Static scans to include Security early in your SDLC. This is a big project and you are ready to get started! You’ve come to the best place.

Here, you will practice setting up and configuring Fortify SAST (Static Application Security Testing) and showcasing the ease of use when creating Azure pipelines. You will create repositories, add source code, variables, and finally modify YAML scripts to run your static security scans with Fortify and have it automatically upload to your SSC (Software Security Center) for remediation. Thumbsup

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