beSTORM is designed to be used in a software engineering environment and should be exercised by developers, quality assurance teams and security professionals. beSTORM arms these individuals with a tool that helps them to test for security holes while they are still in the development phase. The new product enables development teams to schedule security testing into the product release process giving them time to fix their code before product is shipped.
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- What do I need to use beSTORM? Do I access it via the Internet or do I license and install the software on my own servers?
- How is beSTORM different from other security products available today?
- What other alternatives are available to software vendors?
- How is beSTORM different than Automated Scanning?
- How does beSTORM test for security holes during the development cycle without the need for source code?
- Is beSTORM easy to use?
- Who will use beSTORM?
- How does beSTORM work?
- Why are tools that monitor software vulnerabilities growing in importance? Aren’t the majority of problems focused on operating systems?
- How does vulnerability assessment help alleviate security problems in software?