Application Vulnerability Management Resources from Code Dx
Code Dx in the News
Code Dx Inc. has bested rival startups to win a $2 million “Shark Tank” style venture capital contest. Maryland-based venture capital firm DataTribe said it received hundreds of submissions from companies pitching their business plans in its second annual global competition.
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The machine learning technology can cut down time to review findings by thousands of days NORTHPORT, N.Y. – July 21, 2020 – Code Dx, Inc., a provider of an award-winning application security workflow management solution that automates and accelerates the discovery,...
Code Dx, Inc. today announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Code Dx to its 2019 Emerging Vendors list in the Security category.
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There is a well-known problem in AppSec testing, that affects you whether you’re testing one application or thousands, and whether you’re using a few or many AppSec testing tools—time spent triaging false positives and other irrelevant findings.
Tool Orchestration Enables AppSec To Keep Pace with DevOps
This webinar features a leading application vulnerability correlation and management system, Code Dx.
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There’s been a lot of hype around the “shift left” approach of bringing security into the software development lifecycle (SDLC) earlier than with traditional methods, and rightfully so. It’s an important change, as it gives security the attention it deserves throughout the entire SDLC, while speeding up security processes and creating more secure products.