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Code Dx Ranked 15 on Cybersecurity 500 List of Hot Companies for 2015

NORTHPORT, NY, February 11, 2015 – Code Dx, a provider of a robust suite of fast and affordable tools that help software developers and security analysts find, prioritize and visualize software vulnerabilities, today announced that it has been ranked 15th in the Cybersecurity 500 list of hot cybersecurity companies to watch for 2015. Cybersecurity Ventures, a research and market intelligence firm, ranked the companies that provide the best technology solutions for protecting large enterprises, small to mid-sized businesses and consumers. The rankings are based on the feedback from CISOs and end-user practitioners, problem(s) the company solves, online research, product demonstrations, notable implementations, among other criteria. “We are honored to be ranked so high on this list of innovative cybersecurity companies,” said Anita D’Amico, Ph.D., CEO of Code Dx. “As a young company with a robust [...]

Code Dx Version 1.6 Empowers Developers to Identify Software Vulnerabilities Before Hackers Can Attack

Integration with Visual Studio, Eclipse, Git, and Jenkins enables the identification of weaknesses throughout the software development lifecycle NORTHPORT, NY, January 29, 2015 – Code Dx, a provider of a robust suite of fast and affordable tools that help software developers and security analysts find, prioritize and visualize software vulnerabilities, today announced the release of version 1.6 of its innovative software assurance solution, Code Dx®. The robust software tool now offers seamless integration with Visual Studio and Eclipse, as well as Git and Jenkins, enabling developers to more efficiently and effectively identify, report and fix weaknesses throughout the software development lifecycle. 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 [...]

Code Dx Pushes the Limits of Application Security Testing and SAST Tool Integration With Version 1.5

Code Dx Version 1.5 Offers Small and Medium-Sized Businesses an Easy and Affordable Way to Test the Software They Build or Buy for Vulnerabilities NORTHPORT, NY–(Marketwired – Oct 8, 2014) – Code Dx, a provider of a robust suite of fast and affordable tools that help software developers and security analysts find, prioritize and visualize software vulnerabilities, today announced the release of Code Dx® Version 1.5 to meet the ever-growing threat of computer attacks initiated through exploitation of vulnerabilities in software. The newest version of this software assurance analytics solution includes an expanded set of tools and increased performance and usability features allowing software developers to easily consolidate and normalize software vulnerabilities detected by multiple static application security testing (SAST) tools. Studies show that more than 80 percent of computer attacks are traceable to vulnerabilities [...]

Secure Decisions releases Code Dx Version 1.2

Code Dx v1.2 adds capabilities for discovering, analyzing and visualizing software vulnerabilities from open source and commercial static application security testing tools. NORTHPORT, NY  June 27, 2014– The Secure Decisions Division of Applied Visions, Inc. has released a new version of its software assurance analytics tool, Code Dx Version 1.2. Code Dx, a software assurance analytics tool that consolidates and normalizes software vulnerabilities detected by multiple static application security testing (SAST) tools, was developed under a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science & Technology (S&T) Directorate Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program. Its visual analytics help engineering professionals – including Software Developers, Security Auditors, Compliance Officers and Quality Assurance engineers - triage and prioritize detected software vulnerabilities for effective remediation. The new Enterprise Edition of Code Dx has added support for a cadre of commercial [...]

Secure Decisions releases Code Dx Version 1.1

Code Dx v1.1 Adds Capabilities for Discovering, Analyzing and Visualizing Vulnerabilities in .NET Source Code NORTHPORT, NY, April 16, 2013– The Secure Decisions Division of Applied Visions has released a new version of its software assurance analytics tool, Code Dx Version 1.1. Code Dx, a software assurance analytics tool that consolidates and normalizes software vulnerabilities detected by multiple static application security testing (SAST) tools, was developed under a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science & Technology (S&T) Directorate Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program. Its visual analytics help many engineering professionals – including Software Developers, Security Auditors, Compliance Officers and Quality Assurance engineers - triage and prioritize detected software vulnerabilities for efficient remediation. This new version of Code Dx provides several significant features and upgrades that support the analysis of .NET code bases. In addition [...]

Code Dx v1.0 Cybersecurity Application Provides Visual Analytics for Source Code Diagnosis and Remediation of Software Vulnerabilities

Easier Detection and Faster Triage of Software Vulnerabilities for Developers, Security Auditors, and Compliance Officers Highlights: Code Dx is a Software Assurance (SwA) tool with a new approach to combating the growing cyber threat to software source code Code Dx consolidates and normalizes vulnerabilities detected by several different code analysis tools, as opposed to the current norm of relying on just one tool Code Dx provides an interactive visual analytics user interface that helps Developers, Security Auditors, and Compliance Officers to triage and prioritize software vulnerabilities for effective remediation Code Dx research and development was funded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Science & Technology (S&T) Directorate NORTHPORT, NY, November 15, 2013 – Secure Decisions, the cyber  security division of Applied Visions, Inc., today announced the release of Code Dx™ v1.0, a software assurance [...]

Secure Decisions and Morgridge Institute Team Up to Provide Enhanced Software Assurance Capability

NORTHPORT, NY, July 08, 2013 – Secure Decisions, a division of Applied Visions, Inc., and Morgridge Institute for Research have entered into a partnership to advance software assurance initiatives of mutual interest towards the goal of providing an operational environment for assessing the security of  software applications. Secure Decisions and Morgridge institute will be collaborating on software assurance (SwA) projects sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science & Technology Directorate (S&T). Beginning now through 2014, as part of an initial collaborative effort, Secure Decisions and Morgridge will integrate Secure Decisions’ Code Dx™ static analysis correlation and visualization tool into Morgridge’s Software Assurance Marketplace (SWAMP) environment. Secure Decisions expects to continue to enhance the functionality of Code Dx within the SWAMP by expanding its support for additional software languages and static analysis tool results, [...]

Secure Decisions’ Code Dx Featured on the DHS Build Security In Website, and the NIST SAMATE Website

NORTHPORT, NY, July 16, 2012 – The Department of Homeland Security has chosen to feature Code Dx, software assurance visualization technology developed by the Secure Decisions division of Applied Visions, on its Build Security In website. The DHS National Cyber Security Division maintains the Build Security In site as a resource to software developers, with the mission of “setting a higher standard for software assurance.” Code Dx is the only technology specifically highlighted in the Technologies and Tools section of the site. In the same week Code Dx was also featured in the Tool Integration Frameworks section of the SAMATE (Software Assurance Metrics And Tool Evaluation) website, hosted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). This recognition stems from a recent presentation by Secure Decisions at the June DHS Software Assurance Working Group [...]