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Checkmarx named a leader in Application Security Testing by Gartner

Checkmarx named a leader in Application Security Testing by Gartner

Checkmarx has announced that it has been named a Leader in Gartner’s 2018 Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing.

Checkmarx’s Application Security Testing platform includes Codebashing (Secure Coding Education), CxSAST (Static Application Security Testing), CxOSA (Open Source Analysis) and CxIAST (Interactive Application Security Testing) which complement each other and ensure reduced application risk without impacting software delivery schedules.

“The application security testing market is adapting to the needs of modern development landscapes and the DevOps culture,” said Maty Siman, CTO and Founder of Checkmarx. “Checkmarx has been leading this technological trend by continuously delivering innovative and automated application security solutions under a single platform. We address all SDLC stages from right to left, thus helping enterprises deliver secure software.”

“We believe our inclusion for the fifth consecutive time and our recognition as a Leader this year, demonstrates our deep understanding of the Application Security market,” said Emmanuel Benzaquen, CEO of Checkmarx. “Our business is showing tremendous growth and we are seeing impressive intake of our platform globally. Among our 1,500 customers are eight of the top 10 financial organisations, six of the 10 top software companies and tens of other Fortune 100 organisations. Our customers are our top priority and we will continue to provide top notch solutions and services to empower delivery of secure software faster.”

Checkmarx’s trajectory extends into 2018 with the company once again reporting a record-breaking 2017 on multiple aspects including being named the fastest growing cybersecurity company in Israel for five years in a row with 70% sales growth and a broad adoption worldwide of the Checkmarx application security platform and services.

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