Gartner mentions that by 2025, 70% of all enterprise workloads will be deployed in cloud infrastructure and platform services. Also, through 2025, more than 99% of cloud breaches will have a root cause of preventable misconfigurations or mistakes by end
Checkmarx Joins Israeli Cyber Companies Consortium (IC3) Led by IAI to Provide Industry-leading AppSec Capabilities to National Cyber Defense Organizations
Invitation to Checkmarx signals vital importance of application security within robust cyber defense programs and presents opportunity for collaborative security research January 18, 2021 Tel Aviv–– Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is excited to welcome Checkmarx, the global leader in developer-centric
Modern application development strategies provide a range of benefits, such as faster release cycles and applications that are easy to port from one environment to another. But modern applications also present some steep challenges, not least in the realm of
How do organizations strengthen and mature their AppSec programs without slowing DevOps? We previously explored a four-level maturity model framework that Checkmarx’s award-winning Professional Services team uses as a lens through which they evaluate our customers’ transitions from DevOps to
Open-source KICS (Keeping Infrastructure as Code Secure) scanning tool can be seamlessly added to GitLab Secure pipelines to scan Ansible, AWS CloudFormation, Kubernetes and Terraform RAMAT GAN, ISRAEL – December 14, 2021 – Checkmarx, the global leader in developer-centric application
With the rise of cloud-native technologies, more responsibility falls in the hands of developers. Beside the application source code, developers are now writing containers code, orchestrators code, and also defining their infrastructure and cloud resources using infrastructure-as-code (IaC). Using the
The vast majority of software developers in the industry today are paid to solve business problems. Regardless of whether they work for small independent software vendors or Fortune 500 companies, solving such problems is now one of their primary responsibilities.
Most open source projects welcome contributions from anyone. That’s one of the key strengths of open source development as a whole – the fact that any developer can help build it. But this permissiveness can also breed risks. If open
Update: Don’t forget to join our Technical Meetup Series to dive into topics like SBOM and open source libraries. Checkmarx experts Steve Boone, James Brotsos, and I will walk you through security vulnerabilities you might not even know you had.
In the context of helping secure the information age for organizations, governments, and citizens all over the world, there are many notable missions in achieving this goal. One of these missions is known as CIS®. According to their website, “The