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An application security system of record

Valbrio are CodeDx’s exclusive partner for the UK, Ireland as well as other territories in Europe. We selected CodeDx’s application security system of record because it allows cyber security professionals, testers and developers to get a comprehensive view of potential defects and risk within their applications using the full range of tools in their tools chain.

Why CodeDx?

We believe that different application security techniques are mutually beneficial, and should be used together. Most application security vulnerabilities won’t be found by any one tool, and every technique for finding them has its advantages and disadvantages. However, this often results in defect information being held in multiple disconnected silos of data and tools, making it difficult to shift to the left the management of application vulnerability in the software development lifecycle.

We selected Code Dx Enterprise, to combine and correlate different tools and techniques under one vulnerability management tool – with one user interface, one reporting function, and one set of recommendations. Developers can use these reports and recommendations to coordinate the efforts of developers and security analysts, streamlining workflow and inter-function communication.

About CodeDx

Code Dx, Inc. was founded on to help organisations put application vulnerability management at the heart of the software development process, helping developers and security professionals make their software as secure as possible, using an integrated collection of open-source and commercial tools.

CodeDx headquarters is on the north shore of Long Island and their software suite grew from research funded by the Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate’s Small Business Initiative Research (SBIR) program. The Secure Decisions division of Applied Visions carried out this research, and Code Dx was spun out as a new company to make the results of that research available to the entire application development community.