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StackHawk released its official integration with Snyk.
The new integration correlates findings across StackHawk's dynamic application security testing (DAST) tool and Snyk's static application security testing (SAST) tool to provide developers with a significantly more efficient way to find, correlate, and fix application and API security vulnerabilities. The integration was released as StackHawk joined Snyk's new Technology Alliance Partner Program (TAPP).
"Our integration with Synk provides users, for the first time, the ability not just to use both DAST and SAST side-by-side, but to use them in a fully integrated way. By unifying the tools, developers can identify which issues are most critical to fix and which line of code needs to be modified for significantly faster remediation," said Joni Klippert, CEO, StackHawk. "In a world where applications and APIs are the top attack vectors, enabling developers to fix vulnerabilities as part of their workflow, before an issue hits production, is critical for both small and large organizations."
Jill Wilkins, Sr. Director, Global Alliances, at Snyk, added: "The new Snyk and StackHawk integration is a direct advancement of our collaborative mission to help businesses successfully manage risk, without sacrificing the efficiencies of modern application development methodologies."
Joint customers are already seeing benefits of implementing developer-first security testing and DevSecOps within a single platform. AngelEye Health noted how the StackHawk and Snyk partnership gives developers a unified look at the security risks in their applications and APIs, without needing to jump across user interfaces (UIs).
Built for modern applications, the StackHawk platform is fully automated in CI/CD, making it easy for developers to roll out software fixes quickly, securely and efficiently.