Library Update: OWASP TOP 10

The Alyne library has just been updated with new content to cover the OWASP Top 10 2013. 

The OWASP Top 10 is the foundation of modern secure coding of Web Technology. The OWASP group regularly update the guidelines to keep current, however the most recent draft was initially rejected by the group. Hence we modelled the last valid standard from 2013 in our library - adding 10 new custom controls to cover the very specific requirements for secure web coding. This is a great asset for governance functions looking to ensure coding security at regular project stage gates or CIO functions looking to raise awareness for code security. Of course the week we published the new standard, the OWASP released an updated version. The new 2018 version will be added to the library shortly.

Contact our sales team at to learn how Alyne can help you leverage the OWASP Top 10 or learn about how you can experience Alyne’s capabilities in a Proof of Concept.

Karl Viertel

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