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AUTHOR(S)
Savvas, Antony
PUB. DATE
November 2007
SOURCE
Computer Weekly;11/20/2007, p65
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports that International Business Machines Corp. has introduced software to help customers protect their business from web application security attacks. IBM said web applications are high value targets for hackers, yet many organisations have a difficult time tackling security due to a lack of application security knowledge, and the size and complexity of today's web sites that incorporate the latest in Web 2.0 technology. The first release of IBM Rational AppScan is based on a web application security technology acquired by IBM from Watchfire earlier this year.
ACCESSION #
27962716

 

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