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AppSec Phoenix now offers Github Issue support

AppSec phoenix is happy to announce the full support of Github issues and projects to raise issues directly with teams working on code

appsec phoenix application security integrates laceworks cloud and container scanner

What Do Github Issues do:

Issues let you track your work on GitHub, where development happens. When you mention an issue in another issue or pull request, the issue’s timeline reflects the cross-reference so that you can keep track of related work. To indicate that work is in progress, you can link an issue to a pull request.

What does Appsec Phoenix do:

AppSec Phoenix is a cloud-based application and cloud security posture management with risk-based vulnerability management components. We enable the Executive, Security and Developer to agree on targets and objectives around cloud and application security enabling developers to consistently resolve vulnerabilities across cloud and appsec in line with executive expectations. 

With appsec Phoenix, you can now initiate and retrieve scans easily with a click of a button

For instruction on getting started with scanner integration refer to AppSec Phoenix Knowledge base

check out other integration at Integration or request a demo to see it for yourself at Request a Demo

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