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It’s analyst season with the new Forrester Wave on SAST recently published as well as Gartner’s Application Security Testing Magic Quadrant publishing in April. We’ll talk about what are analyst reports, how should you use them, and how should you interpret placement on them as I like to call it, reading the analyst tea leaves.
This segment is sponsored by GitLab.
Reading Industry Analyst Tea Leaves To Predict The Future
GitLab’s List of Security Analyst Reports – https://about.gitlab.com/direction/secure/static-analysis/sast/#analyst-landscape
2021 Forrester Wave – https://www.forrester.com/report/The+Forrester+Wave+Static+Application+Security+Testing+Q1+2021/-/E-RES162015
- 2020 Gartner AST Magic Quadrant – https://about.gitlab.com/resources/report-gartner-mq-ast/
- GigaOm 2020 DevSecOps Tool Radar Report – https://gigaom.com/report/gigaom-radar-for-evaluating-devsecops-tools/
- G2 Peer Reviews Quadrant – https://www.g2.com/categories/static-application-security-testing-sast#grid
Taylor McCaslin -
Sr. Product Manager - Secure at GitLab
John Kinsella -
Chief Architect at Accurics
Mike Shema -
Product Security Lead at Square
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