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Checkmarx to Secure Software Development at DOE National Laboratory

Following record growth in 2018, Checkmarx’s software security platform will be integrated into software development lifecycle at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory NEW YORK – March 19, 2019 – Checkmarx, the Software Exposure Platform for the enterprise, today announced that the

Checkmarx Continues Momentum with Record Growth in 2018

Global 2000 demand for automated software security in DevOps fuels new customer acquisition RAMAT GAN, ISRAEL and SAN FRANCISCO – RSA Conference 2019 – Booth S1453 –  March 5, 2019 – Checkmarx, the Software Exposure Platform for the enterprise, today

Checkmarx Announces Enhancements to Software Exposure Platform

New Core Platform Capabilities Deliver Unified Policy Management, Cross-Product Correlation and Machine-Learning Based Automated Prioritization for Comprehensive Software Security at Scale SAN FRANCISCO – RSA Conference 2019 – Booth S1453 – March 5, 2019 – Checkmarx, the Software Exposure Platform

Introduction to the AppSec Knowledgebase

Week after week, an increasing number of corporations and governments become the victims of cybercrime. These exploitations lead to losses of revenue and reputation which can are often impossible to recover for the affected organizations. The best defense in the

The Game of Hacks

The Game of Hacks development was directed jointly by Checkmarx CTO Maty Siman and Asaph Schulman, VP of marketing. It’s based on the 2013 OWASP Top-10, one of the most comprehensive vulnerability references available today. In a nutshell, this is an interactive

Top Sites to Learn Hacking (Legally)

1 – Bricks   Bricks is a deliberately vulnerable web app built on PHP and using a MySQL database, where each “brick” contains a security vulnerability to be mitigated. The project provides a platform for learning and teaching AppSec as

AppSec Blogs to Learn From

Krebs on Security A Washington Post investigative reporter turned independent cybersecurity journalist, Brian Krebs regularly blows the covers off security breaches and schemes. His blog is an intriguing mix of posts on tips he’s received and security news we need

Top AppSec Gurus on Twitter

Staying on top of the latest developments and innovation in application security is key. The following list of thought leaders is an excellent source of information that will help you implement a successful application security program.   Troy Hunt @TroyHunt

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