An essential element of the application development process is scanning the software to find potential vulnerabilities. Static Application Security Testing tools are notorious for returning lots of results (often thousands, even for relatively small applications), which can overwhelm a developer. But no matter how they feel about the results, software developers must understand that by running only one application security testing tool—even the best on the market—they are missing most of the weaknesses in their code.
Code Dx is a platinum sponsor of the BSides Long Island event. The event is on Saturday, January 26 at 9:30—4:00pm. (Breakfast and registration starting at 8:30–9:20am.) Dr. D’Amico is a Keynote speaker and will present on the topic, Human Factors that Influence Secure Software Development.
A recent Newsday article by Ken Schachter titled “Progress slow in adding women in the boardrooms” includes Code Dx CEO, Dr. Anita D’Amico.
Dr. Anita D’Amico will speak on a panel about Defense Seed Funding at Columbia University on November 14
Dr. Anita D’Amico, Code Dx CEO, will be on a panel about Defense Seed Funding at the Columbia University Startup Lab, 11/14. Dr. D’Amico will share her successes with SBIR awards.
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.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Are you giving software vulnerability management the attention it deserves?
DHS has declared October National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in an effort to—you guessed it—raise awareness about our shared responsibility in keeping cyberspace secure for everyone. I’m all for educating people about security threats and what they can do to prevent breaches, but there must come a time when awareness turns to action.
Executives at Long Island’s seedling companies said their new enterprises carry the DNA of the giants they sprang from. Here are profiles of some of those companies and their founders.