Security Protection Anti Virus Software 60504

Developing Secure Scala Applications With Fortify For Scala by Seth Tisue and Poonam Yadav

Security Protection Anti Virus Software 60504

Security is very important for companies and this plugin created by the Fortify team and Lightbend can ensure your applications are even more secure.

It automatically identifies code-level security vulnerabilities early in the SDLC so you can be confident with your Scala-based applications. Find out more in this webinar with Seth Tisue and Poonam Yadav by Oliver J. White.


From banks to airlines to credit rating agencies, security continues to be a major focus for organizations across various industries. As the newspapers show, it’s heavily damaging to enterprises when security vulnerabilities in their code, infrastructure, or open source frameworks/libraries get exploited.

The good news is that your Scala development team now has a powerful ally for securing their applications. Co-developed by the Fortify team along with Lightbend, the Fortify for Scala Plugin is the only Static Application Security Testing (SAST) solution to use the official Scala compiler. This plugin automatically identifies code-level security vulnerabilities early in the SDLC, so you can confidently and reliably secure your mission-critical Scala-based applications.

In this webinar by Seth Tisue, Scala Committer and Senior Scala Engineer at Lightbend, and Poonam Yadav, Product Manager for Fortify at HPE (now Micro Focus), you will learn about

  • Some of the more than 200 vulnerabilities that the Fortify plugin for Scala can catch and help you resolve,
  • How the plugin works to analyze, identify and provide actionable recommendations,
  • How to integrate it into your modern DevOps environment,
  • Why this plugin was co-developed by Lightbend and the Fortify team, and how it benefits your organization’s security professionals / CISO office.
Check out the slides


This webinar was with Seth Tisue and Poonam Yadav. The article was written by Oliver J. White and originally posted on Lightbend Blog.