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10 Secure Coding Best Practices

10 Secure Coding Best Practices

A few queries to your favorite Internet search engine will show no end to the advice regarding best practices for secure coding. The good news is that this is an area where the more you know, the better off you are; the bad news is that trying to make sense of all of...

What’s New in Code Dx 1.8

What’s New in Code Dx 1.8

We recently released version 1.8 of Code Dx and with it we addressed a major pain point that’s been on our feedback list: Code Dx now ships with an installer making the process of getting up and running with a production installation of Code Dx a breeze. The other...

Code Dx now integrates directly with Git!

Code Dx now integrates directly with Git!

Git, according to some surveys, is now the most widely used source control management (SCM) for software development. Git implements a distributed version control system (DVCS) that enables developers to work completely disconnected and allows for better merge support...

Learn a Lesson from Sony – Be Proactive

After forking out $170 million in 2011 for the PlayStation attack you would have thought Sony had learned its lesson.  Now, just three years later, the empire is crumbling as a result of another ruthless cyber security attack.  Unlike the last time when the...

Home Depot Data Breach Hammers 56 Million Credit Cards

Data breaches are on the rise. With data flowing freely through networks, in the cloud and between our mobile devices, it is not a surprise that threats to our personal data continue to increase. No organization, large or small, is immune to security risks. Therefore,...