Parasoft Joins Department of Homeland Security Cyber Security Division Initiative
Parasoft Development Testing Platform and Static Analysis Engine (SAE) Leveraged by Software Assurance Marketplace (SWAMP)
September 17, 2014
Denver, Colo. – Parasoft, the leading provider of software testing solutions for application security, announced during the AppSec Software Security Conference its partnership with the Software Assurance Marketplace (SWAMP), an initiative from the United States Department of Homeland Security's Cyber Security Division. Parasoft is committed to helping SWAMP protect the nation's critical infrastructure by improving software used for essential functions, such as electrical power, gas and oil, and banking and finance. To help SWAMP achieve these goals, Parasoft is proud to contribute its static code analysis capabilities, which include its Static Analysis Engine (SAE) for Java and C/C++, to SWAMP.
As part of Parasoft's Development Testing Platform (DTP) family of automated defect prevention and continuous testing solutions, SAE employs thousands of rules based on industry standards and best practices to identify potential risk at the code level. Parasoft SAE's rule set identifies security vulnerabilities, while helping organizations comply with known software quality guidelines, such as OWASP Top 10, CWE/SAN, FDA, MISRA, PCI DSS, and more.
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About SWAMP The Software Assurance Marketplace (SWAMP) is committed to bringing a transformative change to the national software assurance landscape by providing a national marketplace that provides continuous software assurance capabilities to researchers and developers. By providing software assurance researchers, tool developers, tool users, and educators who train our workforce a suite of secure and dependable analysis services, the Software Assurance Marketplace will reduce the number of vulnerabilities deployed in software. Learn more at https://continuousassurance.org/