Whitepaper

Enterprise-class Software Security in a GitLab Pipeline

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As a widely-used and simple CI/CD tool, GitLab is extremely popular among developers looking to save time with open source code. But what about security?

By integrating Veracode’s scanning solutions with GitLab offerings, developers have the best of both worlds when creating innovative applications. With that top-of-the-line enterprise software security at their fingertips, developers can focus on critical tasks at hand and produce more secure software, faster.


Download this whitepaper to learn:

• How to know if your CI/CD tool is effectively securing your code
• Which inconsistencies and false negatives appear in GitLab scan results
• The benefits of using a dedicated application security tool in your SDLC
• How Veracode and GitLab can integrate for improved security posture

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About Veracode

Veracode is the leading AppSec partner for creating secure software, reducing the risk of security breach, and increasing security and development teams’ productivity. As a result, companies using Veracode can move their business, and the world, forward. With its combination of process automation, integrations, speed, and responsiveness, Veracode helps companies get accurate and reliable results to focus their efforts on fixing, not just finding, potential vulnerabilities.


Veracode serves thousands of customers worldwide across a wide range of industries. The Veracode solution has assessed more than 53 trillion lines of code and helped companies fix more than 71 million security flaws.


Learn more at www.veracode.com, on the Veracode blog and on Twitter.


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