Checkmarx builds on AWS Security Competency status with acceptance into AWS Public Sector Partner Program, expanding cloud services offerings for government and education organizations New York – December 17, 2019 – Checkmarx, a global leader in software security solutions for DevOps, today announced that it has been accepted into the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Public
Hacktivism, commercial malware and criminal exploitation have become the norm in today’s cyberspace. This worrying trend has magnified the need for a comprehensive testing solution that can be integrated into the SDLC. Enter Source Code Analysis (SCA).
FASTER & BETTER REMEDIATION [Webinar]: WITH SECURITY INNOVATION’S TEAMMENTOR AND CHECKMARX’S CXSUITE. Click HERE to register. Software security requires that software teams create secure code and validate that the resulting executables are not vulnerable. Static security analysis tools allow development teams to locate and mitigate security issues during the development process. In the meanwhile, security guidance
Application security in Financial Information Systems (FIS) has become a must in today’s malicious cyberspace. Due to the wide range of solutions in the market, many software executives find it hard to pick the right defense strategy for their systems, which contain highly sensitive details and valuable information.
This article originally appeared in Israeli publication The Marker. Read it in Hebrew here. By Jonathan Raveh In a world where security breaches can cause enormous daily losses of up to millions of dollars, companies have started to develop a deeper understanding of what it takes to protect and secure the digital side of their
Dinis Cruz, of TeamMentor, wrote an interesting blog post recently about his experience of using Checkmarx’s source code analysis engine (SAST) after he’s been asked twice in the last week whether he would recommend using Checkmarx’s SAST engine. It’s important to note that Dinis wrote this blog post with no involvement / endorsement of any
Drupal is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) and content management framework (CMF) written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License. It is used as a back-end system for at least 2.1% of all websites worldwide ranging from personal blogs to corporate, political, and government sites including whitehouse.gov and data.gov.uk. It is also used for knowledge management and business collaboration.