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Checkmarx wants to help developers write more secure code
September 19, 2016 | By Maria Deutscher

An organization’s security isn’t the responsibility of its IT department alone. Development teams need to be vigilant too and take measures to rid their software of vulnerabilities, a requirement that... Read More >

New products of the week 9.19.16
September 19, 2016 | By Ryan Francis

AppSec Coach Key features: AppSec Coach provides an education platform to train developers the principles of application security and secure coding. Unlike other solutions, the AppSec Coach is used in the context of the developer’s work, when it is needed most. More info. Continue reading on Network World. Read More >

Promoting secure code from within: the gamification approach
September 19, 2016 | By Amit Ashbel

By exposing developers to security as part of the coding process, they can learn more about creating secure code and so reduce the time needed for testing. Recent research claims that a quarter of third party apps are high risk and although they're banned in some organisations, policing that ban... Read More >

New products of the week 9.12.16
September 12, 2016 | By Ryan Francis

CxSAST, Swift Programming Language Support Key features: New Swift language support, provides Checkmarx CxSAST users with the ability to identify, and mitigate security, quality and compliance issues in their Swift code. More info.     Read more on Network World here.  Read More >

Checkmarx Announces Support For Swift Programming Language Vulnerability Detection And Remediation
September 7, 2016 | By Checkmarx

Checkmarx, a global leader in application security testing, today announced Swift language support, providing Checkmarx users with the ability to identify and mitigate security, quality and compliance issues in their... Read More >

Election exploits: What you need to know [infographic]
September 7, 2016 | By CSO staff

In late August, the FBI warned state election officials about an attack on voter registration databases from Illinois and Arizona. "According to the FBI’s alert, 'an unknown actor' attacked a state election database by using widely available penetrating testing tools, including Acunetix, SQLMap, and DirBuster," reported IDG's Michael Kan. "The... Read More >

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