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2017 DevOps Predictions – Part 2
December 13, 2016 | By DevOps Digest

In my opinion the biggest trend in software development for 2017 will be the continued shift to agile based software development methodologies. Our current social media driven society is pushing organization to release new feature filled web and mobile applications at a lighting pace. Traditional Waterfall software development methodologies are... Read More >

Predicting a Soft Future
December 8, 2016 | By Paul Curran

Paul Curran, Content Specialist, Checkmarx looks at several major trends to provide insight on what the software security world will look like in 2020. Society, having moved from an industrial age to the birth of the internet is now truly an era where software has become the most critical aspect... Read More >

November 2016: The month in hacks and breaches
December 7, 2016 | By CSO staff

For a timeline of other notable hacks and breaches from last month, see the following infographic from application security provider Checkmarx.   Click here to view the full article and infographic.  Read More >

Report: Mirai ‘is just the tip of the iceberg’
December 7, 2016 | By Max Metzger

Amit Ashbel, cyber-security evangelist at Checkmarx told SC that Mirai throws threw the security of the IoT into sharp relief: “Security experts have brought up the concern of IoT vendors... Read More >

Paul Curran, Content Specialist for Checkmarx, looks at the major security trends which will affect the software security moving forward
December 6, 2016 | By SecurityBuyer

Society, having moved from an industrial age to the birth of the internet is now truly an era where software has become the most critical aspect of our modern world.... Read More >

Android app security tested by malware and vulnerabilities
December 2, 2016 | By Michael Heller

Matt Rose, global director of application security strategy at Checkmarx, said he was wary about Zimperium releasing the exploit code. "The reasoning here is that it is a real issue and consciously being ignored then by the vendor and releasing the actual code would push them to acknowledge and remediate... Read More >

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