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Code Dx: Fewer Data Breaches By Visualizing Code Integrity

We experience data breaches for a number of reasons from hacking to carelessness to (sometimes famously) disgruntled employees. The Department of Homeland Security is reported to have traced many recent data breaches to poorly written software says software assurance company Secure Decisions. The number of US data breaches reached a record high in 2014 according to the Identity Theft Resource Center, increasing 27.5 percent over breaches reported in 2013.

Code Dx Version 1.6 empowers developers to identify software vulnerabilities before hackers can attack

The number of U.S. data breaches reached a record high in 2014 according to the Identity Theft Resource Center, increasing 27.5 percent over breaches reported in 2013. Industry experts and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have traced most compromises to poorly written software. By leveraging Static Application Security Testing (SAST) tools, vulnerabilities can be identified during the development cycle and as part of the acquisition process.

GSN announces Winners and Finalists in 2014 Homeland Security Awards Program

A commemorative publication called the “GSN 2014 Yearbook of Homeland Security Awards Recipients,” similar to The GSN 2013 Yearbook of Awards Recipients will be released in December to provide extensive information about the year’s Winners and Finalists in the Awards Program as well as in-depth “State of the Industry” discussions on technologies and new directions in homeland security and defense with the judges.