Infosecurity Russia 2012: Codenomicon to Present Advanced Proactive Security Testing Software and Situation Awareness Tools

Infosecurity Russia 2012: Codenomicon to Present Advanced Proactive Security Testing Software and Situation Awareness Tools

Infosecurity Russia 2012 Codenomicon to Present Advanced Proactive Security Testing Software and Situation Awareness Tools

Codenomicon, the leading vendor of proactive security solutions, brings cutting edge solutions to Infosecurity Russia 2012 for the first time!

The IX International InfoSecurity Russia Exhibition will be held on 26 28 September, 2012 in Moscow.

Its what you dont know that makes you vulnerable. In software security testing and network management it-s essential to know your products and systems to protect them. Codenomicons proactive security testing software and situation awareness tools help you discover vulnerabilities before they become prolems.

"Unknown vulnerabilities are the biggest threat to IT systems, because there are no defenses for attacks against them," says Ari Takanen, CTO of Codenomicon. "Thus, finding and fixing unknown vulnerabilities in in-house and third party software should be the number one security priority."

Company-s solutions are used by top governments and leading software companies, operators, service providers and manufacturers to secure critical networks and to provide robust and reliable products and services.

Codenomicon will introduce the following solutions at InfoSecurity Russia 2012:

DEFENSICS preemptive security and robustness testing solutions - help to mitigate unknown threats in products and services prior to deployment - before systems are exposed, outages occur and zero-day attacks strike.

FUZZ-O-MATIC is a scalable testing-as-a-service solution for executable applications. Testing, finding software bugs, fixing them and re-testing can be laborious. Fuzz-o-Matic makes it easier for smaller companies to get secure.

CLARIFIED Situation Awareness solutions tools create interactive visualizations from real-time network traffic and abuse information. Status of the networks and critical resources can be seen in one glance, allowing better informed and faster decision making.

Attendees of Infosecurity Russia 2012 are welcome to visit the booth #D9-1 and to learn more about Codenomicon proactive security solutions.

About Codenomicon Ltd

Codenomicon develops security and quality testing software, which allows users to quickly find and identify both known and previously unknown flaws before business-critical products or services are deployed. Their unique, targeted approach to the fuzz testing of networked and mobile applications exposes more flaws and weaknesses than any other testing platform or methodology. Companies rely on Codenomicon-s solutions to mitigate threats, like Denial of Service (DoS) situations and Zero Day Attacks, which could increase liability, damage business reputation and cripple sales. Codenomicon is a member of the SDL Pro Network.

Secure your participation in the Infosecurity Russia 2012 by the booth and/or seminar time-slot reservation at
GROTECK Business Media
International Team
Infosecurity Russia 2012
26-28-th September, Moscow, Crocus Expo

On photo: Ari Takanen, Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Codenomicon


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