Hybrid Analysis combines the best aspects of the two most common types of application security testing— SAST and DAST—to provide a deeper, more effective look under your application’s hood. SAST tools scour your source code for potential vulnerabilities—from the inside-out—while DAST tools search for exploits accessible by an attacker—from the outside-in.
Code Dx, Inc., today announced that Code Dx Enterprise has been named a winner in two categories for the 14th Annual 2018 Info Security PG’s Global Excellence Awards. It won Gold in the Application Security Products category, and Silver in the Vulnerability, Assessment, Remediation, and Management category.
Drew Kirkpatrick, Security Researcher for Secure Decisions, a division of Applied Visions, Inc., will speak at the B-Sides Rochester Hacker Conference (B-Sides Roc) on April 14th, at 3 PM. Mr. Kirkpatrick will discuss the ways web application penetration testers can enhance their white box testing process with two open-source tools—the Attack Surface Detector; and OWASP Code Pulse, a Code Dx, Inc. open-source technology.
Code Dx, Inc., today announced that it is the Gold winner for the GSN (Government Security News) Homeland Security Awards 2017, in the Best Application Security Solution category. In 2014, Code Dx was the winner in the Best Compliance/Vulnerability Assessment Solutions category.
Code Dx Enterprise Wins the ASTORS Homeland Security Platinum Award for Best Cyber Security Application Management Solution
Code Dx, Inc., today announced that it won the ASTORS Homeland Security Platinum Award for Best Cyber Security Application Management Solution.
Code Dx Version 2.6 Supports NIST 800-53 Compliance and Application Security Testing for Mobile Apps through NowSecure
Code Dx, Inc. today announced version 2.6 of its flagship Application Software Vulnerability Correlation and Management solution, Code Dx Enterprise.
Code Dx, Inc., today announced the release of version 2.5 of its software vulnerability correlation and management solutions providing increased flexibility for user customizations.
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.