Code Dx, Inc. today announced its partnership with AdaCore, a trusted provider of software development and verification tools for the Ada, C, and C++ programming languages.
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.
Code Dx CEO, Anita D’Amico, Ph.D. was featured in a new book titled Women Know Cyber: 100 Fascinating Females Fighting Cybercrime. The recently published book was co-authored by Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief, published by Cybersecurity Ventures.
Read the interview with Dr. D’Amico to learn more about how Code Dx works.
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.