Micro Focus Partners With Spectral To Deliver The First Hybrid Engine That Finds, Prioritizes And Blocks Costly Coding Mistakes

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Micro Focus partners with Spectral to deliver the first hybrid engine that finds_ prioritizes and blocks costly coding mistakes

Spectral, the developer-first cybersecurity company announced a partnership with Micro Focus, one of the world’s largest enterprise software providers. Spectral integration to Micro Focus’ Software Partner Program for Technology Alliance Partners (TAP) heightens Micro Focus customers’ ability to avoid costly coding mistakes.

Spectral develops a hybrid scanning engine that is designed to identify and protect against potentially harmful security errors in code, configurations and other artifacts. The tool integrates with a variety of popular development stacks and code repository managers including Github, Bitbucket, and Jenkins. In as little as four minutes it can integrate with the repository managers and flag potentially dangerous configurations.

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“We are happy to join forces with a world leading software provider like Micro Focus, and help deliver trusted and mission-critical software solutions to users worldwide,” said Dotan Nahum, CEO and founder of Spectral “Our solution prevents security breaches on a daily basis, by providing a robust yet simple, fast yet extensive product that’s developer-first and won’t slow down DevSecOps and CI/CD pipelines.”

“Securing your codebase and your organization SDLC is becoming one of the key objectives for enterprise and any organization shifting to the cloud,” said Dror Elkaras, Director of Product Management, Alliance Strategy at Micro Focus.” Spectral’s unique offering enables developers and security professionals to secure their code base, shifting left the security efforts as close as possible to the development phase and enabling developers to focus on creating rich and high-quality software.”

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