Tag: Secure Coding

What’s Holding You­­­­ Back from Securing Your Code?

Organizations today are aware of security risks they can be exposed to as a result of bad or wrong code practice.  However, while awareness is the first step, being able to act is a whole other ballgame. After witnessing more and more companies being hit by attacks based on well-known vulnerabilities, we sought to understand what’s holding organizations

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Game of Hacks: Promoting Secure Coding Practices

Application security has become a huge challenge for IT companies worldwide. More and more exploits, causing widespread financial and technical damage, are being reported on almost a daily basis. While primarily taking these security issues head-on, Checkmarx is also providing an interactive solution to promote secure coding standards within organizations.  

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Ensuring your developers love – or at least don’t hate – security

This post originally appeared on SCMagazine.com.  By Maty Siman, Checkmarx Founder & CTO When it comes to an organization’s software security, there’s been a chronic disconnect between the developers who write and build the code and the security teams who audit and enforce the code’s security. This divide historically arose from common misunderstandings: programmers believe that

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Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Embraces SAST

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.

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The Value of Secure Coding Procedures by Don Eijndhoven

An interesting post by Don Eijndhoven, CEO of Argent Consulting I recently had a very interesting conversation with Dave Hyman, VP SaaS at Checkmarx, who asked me how I saw the future of cyber security (or information security, take your pick). Now, as I’m sure you´ll agree with me, that’s a fairly abstract question that can go

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