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.
There are many components required to create and carry out an effective cyber security strategy. Enterprises need to use the right tools, possess the right knowledge, plan appropriately, and have well-qualified staff on hand to execute.
Code Dx has been named in Gartner’s 2019 Application Security Hype Cycle Report in a key emerging market area: Application Security Orchestration and Correlation (ASOC). Yearly, Gartner produces a report that details the current state of the Application Security Marketplace, including emerging and fading market area trends.
At RSA 2019, Deb Radcliff talked with Anita D'Amico, CEO of Code Dx, an application testing company that is one of the DHS-funded startups at RSA. "DHS S&T wants people to adopt good cybersecurity practices, so they're trying to get innovative cybersecurity...
Code Dx CEO Dr. Anita D'Amico, PhD, was featured in an article and interviewed by Cybercrime Magazine. You can read the article by Steven T. Kroll at CyberSecurity Ventures. You can watch the the interview with Dr. D'Amico below.
A recent Newsday article by Ken Schachter titled “Progress slow in adding women in the boardrooms” includes Code Dx CEO, Dr. Anita D’Amico.
Web application attacks are on the rise. A recent study found that they were the primary cause of reported breaches in 2017 and Q1 2018. This marked increase is partly due to the greater variety in web application vulnerabilities, as new attack vectors are found and exploited.
Dr. Anita D’Amico and Chris Horn gave a well-received presentation at AppSec USA about: Human factors that influence secure software development. Their presentation was quoted as: “…one of the best talks I’ve seen in the last several years.”
The OWASP list of the top 10 critical security risks to web applications does a good job of identifying prominent cybersecurity risks faced by organizations, but it doesn’t offer developers much practical guidance on how to make their applications more secure.
Application security has many organizations worried—and for good reason. But there are steps you can take to mitigate at least some of the threats. Application breaches are on the rise, and so are the security risks of running business-critical apps in unprotected environments.