Archive for 2005

  • Worlds of Defect Tracking, Vulnerabilities Collide

    on Jun 15, 05 • by Lynn Gayowski • with No Comments

    Klocwork Brings Both Capabilities Into K7, Its Latest Static Code Analysis Release By David Rubinstein BURLINGTON, Mass. – June 15, 2005 – Saying that the line between software quality and security is blurring, Klocwork this week announced version 7 of its static code analysis tool that focuses on both defects and vulnerabilities. The tool will be generally available at the end of the month. Klocwork’s K7 “is a complete defect management solution, from bugs to vulnerabilities to violations of metrics and architecture rules,” said Chris Fedorko, vice president of product management. “You have to deliver

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  • Klocwork: Better Security and Better Software Quality

    on May 16, 05 • by Lynn Gayowski • with No Comments

    Companies Continue to Invest in Firewalls, IDSs, and Anti-Virus Software Yet Continue to Suffer From Damaging Security Breaches. By Jon Oltsik BURLINGTON, Mass. – May 16, 2005 – Information security issues have created a corporate paradox. Companies continue to invest in firewalls, IDSs, and anti-virus software yet they continue to suffer from damaging security breaches. Furthermore, as more and more users access the network from partner sites and remote devices, this situation will likely further decline. Why is this bad situation getting worse? One reason is that firms continue to purchase tactical security “band-aids” when

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  • Klocwork Achieves Elite Status on the 2005 SD Times 100

    on May 16, 05 • by Meranda Powers • with No Comments

    Klocwork Named a Winner in the Software Test & Performance Category BURLINGTON, Mass. — May 15, 2005 — Klocwork Inc., the proven leader of automated software for improving software security and quality, announced today that SD Times has named the company as a winner of the third annual SD Times 100 awards program in the Test & Performance category. The SD Times 100 recognizes the leaders and innovators of the software development industry. “The software development industry is led by innovation,” said Alan Zeichick, Editor-in-Chief of BZ Media’s SD Times. “When choosing the 2005

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  • Klocwork Secures $10 Million in Funding

    on May 11, 05 • by Meranda Powers • with No Comments

    Round Led by Mobius Venture Capital, with Follow-on Investments from Pequot Ventures, U.S. Venture Partners and Cisco System BURLINGTON, Mass. — May 11, 2005 — Klocwork Inc., the proven leader of automated software solutions for improving software security and quality, announced today that the company has received $10 million in series C funding. Mobius Venture Capital led the round. Klocwork’s previous investors Pequot Ventures, U.S. Venture Partners, and Cisco Systems have also participated in the round. Klocwork will use the funds to expand operations and customer support as sales traction continues to accelerate globally with

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  • Checklist for Building Better Software

    on May 5, 05 • by Lynn Gayowski • with No Comments

    Djenana Campara, Founder and CTO of Klocwork, Outlines a Checklist to Help Managers Find and Resolve Coding Flaws By Anne Saita, News Director May 5, 2005 – The root of most security vulnerabilities is poor software quality. This is no great secret. But what isn’t as well known is a cultural shift now placing more pressure on software development teams to clean up their code before it hits the enterprise network. At the Software Security Summit in La Jolla, Calif., Djenana Campara, founder and CTO of Burlington, Mass.-based code analysis specialist Klocwork, outlined a checklist

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  • J2EE and .NET: So Alike, But Still Very Different

    on Apr 15, 05 • by Lynn Gayowski • with No Comments

    Feature for feature, the development platforms are virtual peers, but philosophically they remain poles apart By Jennifer deJong April 15, 2005 – It’s a long, slow cold war, with no winner in sight. That’s partly because the J2EE and .NET platforms are neck and neck in terms of what they let developers do, but also because a truce has been established between the two parties. Both camps have essentially called off the battle, opting instead to embrace the now firmly entrenched reality: Most companies have committed to both application development and deployment environments. “I don’t

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  • Klocwork CTO Advocates Best Practices for Secure Software Development at Leading Security Forums

    on Mar 23, 05 • by Meranda Powers • with No Comments

    Djenana Campara Invited to Present to the Governmental Committee on Improving Cybersecurity Research in the United States and at the SD Times Security Summit BURLINGTON, Mass. — Mar 24, 2005 — Klocwork Inc., the leading provider of automated solutions that improve software security and quality, has been recognized for its thought leadership and expertise in the area of secure software development. Djenana Campara, CTO and founder of Klocwork, recently presented to the Committee on Improving Cybersecurity Research in the United States on March 10, 2005 at the National Academies in Washington, D.C. She also will

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  • Chuck Paglicco Joins Klocwork as Vice President of Sales

    on Mar 5, 05 • by Meranda Powers • with No Comments

    Former Segue Software Sales Executive Brings a Combined 25 Years Experience in Engineering and Sales BURLINGTON, Mass. — Mar 9, 2005 — Klocwork Inc., the leading provider of automated solutions that improve software security and quality, today announced the appointment of Chuck Paglicco to vice president of sales. Chuck will leverage his 25 years of industry related experience to extend Klocwork’s customer base while also building strong partnerships and business alliances with leading companies. With the addition of Paglicco, Klocwork is well positioned to capitalize on the growing trend of companies using software quality as

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  • SD Times Talks Security as a Process

    on Jan 15, 05 • by Lynn Gayowski • with No Comments

    Security Must Be Central to Design, Coding and Testing Process BURLINGTON, Mass. – January 15, 2005 – Klocwork Inc. When it comes to developing secure software, writing code that can’t be hacked is only half the battle. The bigger hurdle is getting development teams to embrace the idea that security is central to the design, coding and testing process. Read the full article here at www.sdtimes.com

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