Checkmarx Helps You
Checkmarx One is more than just application security.
Whether you’re a CISO focused on risk, an AppSec team focused on identifying vulnerabilities, or developers focused on building, we designed our platform to make it easier for you to do your job, securely.
Don't expose you services to security risks. We identify problem spots before you move a new release to production.
Compliance to security standards. We integrate security into your QA processes.
SECURE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Identify and solve security issues during software development.
We have the skills and tools to transform your SLC towards security.
RECENT SECURITY BLOG POSTS
1. WHY APPLICATION SECURITY MATTERS?
AppSec or Application Security is neither a singular control/ technology nor just a compliance necessity as believed conventionally. The best modern-day AppSec solutions proactively detect, prevent, and remediate threats at multiple layers from attackers in an agile and intelligent manner.
2. WHY NETWORK SECURITY MATTERS?
Today’s network architecture is complex, with an ever-changing environment of threats on the internet. Attackers are constantly looking for and exploiting vulnerabilities in network security devices, data, applications, users, and locations. As a result, regardless of size, industry, or infrastructure, every organization requires some level of cyber security management solutions in place to protect itself from the ever-growing landscape of network security threats.
3. SECURITY ARCHITECTURE
Security architecture is a unified security design that addresses the necessities and potential risks involved in a certain scenario or environment.
It also specifies when and where to apply security controls. The design process is generally reproducible.
In security architecture, the design principles are reported clearly, and in-depth security control specifications are generally documented in independent documents.
System architecture can be considered a design that includes a structure and addresses the connection between the components of that structure.