Inventor of BSIMM will provide expertise on product development and roadmap NORTHPORT, N.Y. – June 10, 2020 – Code Dx, Inc., a provider of an award-winning application...
Tool Orchestration Enables AppSec To Keep Pace with DevOps
Download This is the second part in a two-part series on Application Security Risk Management. The first part describes the scope and scale of the current cyber threat...
Code Dx, Inc., today announced a new Tool Orchestration capability, now available as an extension to Code Dx Enterprise 5.0. This new feature centralizes the running of AppSec tools at scale, saving software developers and security professionals significant labor hours.
“Zoom and doom” and “Zoom bombing” are taking over headlines as the Zoom video conferencing app experiences very public security problems. As the coronavirus social distancing requirement spread, Zoom usage increased by 1,900 percent between December and March, increasing from 10 million to 200 million daily users. Zoom wasn’t ready for the increased demand and the added exposure to security threats that came with it.
Code Dx, Inc., today announced the addition of Martin (Marty) Weber as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales and the elevation of Curtis Bragdon to Vice President, Business Development and Public Sector. This announcement comes on the heels of John Stewart, former Chief Security and Trust Officer at Cisco Systems, being named to the company’s Board of Directors.
Code Dx, Inc. adds John N. Stewart, Cisco Systems, Inc. Chief Security and Trust Officer, to Board of Directors
John N. Stewart, Chief Security and Trust Officer of Cisco Systems, Inc. has joined the Board of Directors of Code Dx, Inc., a start-up company that recently received seed investment and has emerged as an Application Security industry leader. This announcement follows his departure from Cisco, announced earlier this week.
Cyber security is a broad area, including several items such as network security and application security. If you are a CISO responsible for the cyber security budget, you know that proper protection is key. Cyber attacks can cost your business more than a million dollars, and that number is based on conservative estimates. The real cost of an attack includes damage to your reputation, future lost sales, and plummeting stock prices.
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It can be challenging to juggle both application and network security and know how many of your resources you should devote to each program. Organizations often take an either/or approach, focusing more attention on either application security or network security. However, both are equally important for a comprehensive enterprise risk management strategy.