IBM Announces Release of Integrated Web Application Security Software

IBM has announced the release of one of the Information Security industry’s most comprehensive solutions for combating attacks on Web application infrastructure and securing the integrity of data processed by Web applications, part of IBM’s ongoing strategy to deliver its clients security solutions designed to address today’s most significant security risks.  With this release, IBM has brought together the breadth of its offerings to deliver end-to-end Web application security including security-rich code development, vulnerability management, real-time blocking of attacks, dedicated security and performance for Web services, and access management.

Benefits of IBM’s new software include: reduced security management operational costs, improved security posture, consolidated reporting infrastructure, a common workflow system for managing security incidents, and correlation of application vulnerabilities with potential security events and real-time attacks, which enables organizations to prioritize remediation to immediately address top threats.

Dan Powers of IBM

Dan Powers of IBM

Dan Powers, vice president of business strategy at IBM Internet Security Systems, said “Web application security is one of the top pain points for enterprises today, and only IBM can offer a comprehensive solution designed to help turn the tide against SQL injection and other Web application attacks.  Additionally, our integrated approach to security may help to reduce costs and simplify security management, which can ultimately reduce opportunities for human error and improve overall security posture.”

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