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Improving Code Quality and Penetration Testing With DAST

By Software Engineering Radio

July 16, 2021

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Kim Carter is a technologist, engineer, information security professional, and founder of Binary Mist.

In a podcast, Kim Carter discusses how dynamic application security testing (DAST) can provide meaningful feedback loops to developers to improve code quality and push penetration testing to the detection of higher-level vulnerabilities. Carter also talks about ways to integrate DAST into software deployment pipelines.

Other topics of discussion include Carter's involvement in the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP).

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