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Twas the Night of the Go-Live

Twas the night of the Go-Live, and all through the team, We were nervous as ever, at least it would seem. We thought we had done, everything that was right, We were hoping it’s quick, then we’d call it a night.   We had the right tools, at least we thought so, We fired up

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Raising Your Software Security Programs to the “STAR” Level

In sporting events, movies, and TV entertainment, we often have STAR athletes and STAR actors/actresses. When going to school, most students strive for an A* (STAR) grade on their assignments, tests, and assessments. In this same context, is there a way for organizations to achieve something similar concerning their software security programs? At Checkmarx, we

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Training Exposure: Addressing Secure Coding Education in Your Software Security Program

According to the Verizon 2019 Data Breach Investigation Report, 69 percent of the data breaches investigated by Verizon were perpetrated by outsiders, 63 percent were the result of attackers targeting server assets, and nearly 70 percent of breach incidents were caused by attackers targeting vulnerable web applications. Undoubtedly, there is a substantial connection between vulnerable

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How can you get more from your AppSec education program

How Can You Get More from Your AppSec Education Program?

Forbes recently published an article titled “The Cybersecurity Talent Gap Is An Industry Crisis” – and without question, there’s a real lack of cybersecurity talent. Cybersecurity Ventures predicts about 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity job openings by 2021! The need for cybersec talent is undeniable. According to Gemalto, data breaches compromised 4.5 billion records in just

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Checkmarx Wins Award at OWASP Infosec India 2012

After a highly successful event at OWASP Infosec India last month, we would like to share with you some photos from the event and thank everyone who made the event a success. Thank you for all the visitors that attended our booth and discussed their source code analysis requirements with us. To continue the dialog,

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