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16 Hot New Orchestration, Incident Response, And Threat Intelligence Tools At RSA 2019
March 12, 2019

Here's a look at 16 products released around RSA 2019 that help customers and partners better understand the threat landscape and respond quickly and effectively when attacked. Read More

Checkmarx announces enhancements to Software Exposure Platform
March 8, 2019

Checkmarx, the Software Exposure Platform for the enterprise, unveiled major advancements to accelerate adoption of the most comprehensive, unified software security solution on the market. As the application layer increasingly is the source of successful attacks, risks are amplified as organizations move to agile development and DevOps without implementing proper... Read More

RSA Conference 2019: Firms Continue to Fail at IoT Security
March 6, 2019

Low prices and firms racing products to market are two of the biggest factors when it comes to why Internet of Things devices are not getting the type of security... Read More

Checkmarx Enhances Software Exposure Platform
March 6, 2019

Checkmarx unveiled major advancements to accelerate adoption of the most comprehensive, unified software security solution on the market. As the application layer increasingly is the source of successful attacks, risks are amplified as organizations move to agile development and DevOps without implementing proper DevSecOps practices. The latest release of the... Read More

Checkmarx adds more management capabilities to address security at scale
March 6, 2019

Checkmarx has announced several new capabilities at this week’s RSA Conference in San Francisco in the hopes that it will enable security at scale. The latest version of the Checkmarx... Read More

Lenovo Watch X packs various security bugs reveals a researcher
February 16, 2019

Lenovo Watch X, launched last year as an affordable smartwatch for users in China. It was mainly designed to attract budget smartwatch segment users. Despite its low price tag, it... Read More

Lenovo Watch X was riddled with security bugs, researcher says
February 12, 2019

Lenovo’s Watch X was widely panned as “absolutely terrible.” As it turns out, so was its security. The low-end $50 smart watch was one of Lenovo’s cheapest smart watches. Available only for the... Read More

IoT Scale Flaws Enable Denial of Service, Privacy Issues
February 6, 2019

Flaws in this connected smart scale might give the diet-challenged a legitimate reason to be nervous about using this vulnerable IoT device. Here is an internet of things flaw that can... Read More

Security Matters When It Comes to Mergers & Acquisitions
January 9, 2019

Software security issues aren't going away anytime soon, as proven by the recently disclosed colossal breach at Marriott. Sure, we could rehash the typical post-mortem responses such as securing the software development life cycle, shifting left, DevSecOps, or other industry buzzwords associated with today's security concerns. But in regard to... Read More

Security Matters When It Comes to Mergers & Acquisitions
January 9, 2019

Software security issues aren't going away anytime soon, as proven by the recently disclosed colossal breach at Marriott. Sure, we could rehash the typical post-mortem responses such as securing the... Read More

Why dating app security flaws should concern enterprises
December 31, 2018

Vulnerable dating apps on BYODs pose risks to more than just individual users. Find out what security flaws are common in these apps and what they mean for enterprises. Read More

CTech’s Most Popular Stories of 2018
December 25, 2018

In November, cybersecurity company Checkmarx (13) announced it had acquired Ontario-based software security company Custodela. Read More

Checkmarx 2019 Predictions: DevSecOps Takes Center Stage
December 17, 2018

2018 was a banner year for software technologists, with advancements in artificial intelligence and machine learning, and the Internet of Things advancing at a rapid pace. Security breaches continued to make regular headlines, with serious attacks most often targeting the application layer. During 2018, we also witnessed DevOps move from... Read More

Germans do not care enough about cybersecurity
December 14, 2018

Cyber ​​security is neglected in Germany. All participants of the discussion forum "Cyber ​​relations between Israel and Germany" are in agreement this morning in the conference room of the Israeli software company Checkmarx. (German) Read More

How to Become a DevSecOps Engineer
December 13, 2018

One of the most important roles within DevOps, however, is the Security Engineer or DevSecOps Engineer. This deeply rewarding career requires a specific technical skill set, current knowledge of cybersecurity trends and a decent amount of experience. Read More

Security 2019 Predictions (Part 7)
December 12, 2018

Given the speed with which technology is evolving, we thought it would be interesting to get IT professionals predictions about what's going to happen on the security front in 2019. Here's more of what they told us: Read More

Navigation Apps May Be Following You
December 7, 2018

As holiday travelers hit the road, Checkmarx outlines vulnerabilities in navigation apps from GPS companies Garmin and TomTom. 'Tis the season to be ... traveling. AAA estimated that this past Thanksgiving holiday would be the biggest on the country’s highways and byways since 2005. Read More

Cloud 2019 Predictions (Part 5)
December 7, 2018

The diversity of cloud options, and adoption, make integration and security key. Given the speed with which technology is evolving, we thought it would be interesting to ask IT executives to share their predictions about what they see on the horizon for 2019. Here are more predictions about the cloud: Read More

AI/ML 2019 Predictions (Part 5)
December 7, 2018

2019 will be the year of the data engineer. Given the speed with which technology evolves, we thought it would be interesting to ask IT executives to share their predictions for the coming year. Here are more of their thoughts on Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and the other... Read More

Open Source 2019 Predictions (Part 2)
December 6, 2018

Open source gains validity across industries as more integrate it into their stacks. Given the speed with which technology is evolving, we thought it would be interesting to ask IT executives to share their predictions for 2019. Here's what they told us about open source: Read More

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