Application Vulnerability Management Resources from Code Dx
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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.
Curtis & Vince will be exhibiting in Honolulu, HI at the TechNet Indo-Pacific conference on November 19-21, 2019. Code Dx will be at table top #TT120.
Code Dx Inc. Receives $2 Million in Seed Financing – DataTribe, announced today a $2 million investment in Code Dx. Code Dx was the winning company in the second-annual DataTribe Challenge held on November 14th in Baltimore, MD.
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.
Many organizations focus most of their cybersecurity budget on a few important things—network security, proper employee training, virus detection, firewalls, and policies, to name a few. All of these are crucial and necessary, but they’re only part of the grander...
Why do some developers produce secure code, but others do not? What potentially configurable elements impact code quality and security? Software is written by people, and their actions and decisions ultimately affect the security of the code they produce. This...
Managing usernames and passwords has become a cumbersome task in today’s internet-driven world. However, this is a necessary evil due to the rapid growth in data, advancements in mobile and cloud technologies, and the increasing plethora of security breaches seeming to happen every other day. As a result, authentication and session management has become more advanced to protect the data, systems, and networks that our society relies upon.
This webinar features a leading application vulnerability correlation and management system, Code Dx.
Ability, agility, and integrity are at the core of LBi Software’s operations. Based in Melville, N.Y., the company has 60 employees, 45 of those developers, and builds custom web applications serving
two key areas: Human Resources and Sports Management.
As business guru Peter Drucker said, “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.” This quote rings especially true when it comes to application security.