Rebecca Gurley Bace, a member of the Advisory Board of Code Dx, Inc., died last week. While we lament her loss as an Advisor to Code Dx, Inc., that lament is dwarfed by my personal sense of loss of Becky...Read more
What’s Coming in Code Dx 2.4
Our latest version of Code Dx — version 2.4 — will be coming out in the next few weeks. This release includes several minor tweaks, but the two most significant additions are support for Contrast Security’s Assess IAST solution, and new filters for temporal analysis of findings across scans.
I’m very excited to attend RSA, where our CTO will be giving technology briefings, and where we will announce the latest release. (If you will be attending and you want to talk with us about Code Dx, our latest research, or application security in general, please send us a request.)
As I have started talking with Code Dx customers and others interested in application security, it’s become clear that there is a shift in the thought process of those rolling out the platform. Rather than a few individuals simply trying out a few tools on their own, application security itself has become viewed as a process to be closely monitored. The larger context of this shift is that companies must find a better way to detect, manage, and remediate application security issues... Read more