Yearly Archives: 2019

Denim Group and Snyk help developers manage vulnerabilities within their open source dependencies

Denim Group, the leading independent application security firm, announced an integration with Snyk, the leader in developer-first open source security. This integration allows customers to find and fix open source code vulnerabilities within the ThreadFix platform, empowering developers to better manage software security vulnerabilities through the platform’s comprehensive view of open source and proprietary code.

Iran-backed hack attempt on government officials ‘completely routine activity’

“I view this as one more indicator of continued nation-state interest in the U.S. 2020 election and further need for a reset of the dialogue on this issue,” said John Dickson, principal at Denim Group, a cybersecurity company. “There is broad consensus that the Russians were heavily involved in manipulating the 2016 election. Given the […]

Why you need to get your team up to speed on privacy-aware development

“At the end of the day, I would hate to put that on developers—not in the same way that I would put the responsibility for security on developers,” said Denim Group’s Cornell. Yet, he added, the role of developer is changing. “Over the last 15 years that I’ve been in the application-security space, we have […]

Reboot Leadership Awards 2019: Dan Cornell – Innovator

Why Nominated: Denim Group CTO Dan Cornell, who created the company’s ThreadFix vulnerability management platform, and his team were awarded three separate technology patents in late 2018 for tools used to reduce the time organizations spend analyzing data and identifying vulnerabilities in their development pipelines. Profile:  In his pursuit to create a seamless approach for […]

Is ThreadFix the solution to more secure DevOps?

At DevOps World, Denim Group announced that the latest version of their Jenkins Plugin would work with their ThreadFix platform. Enterprise Times sat down with Dan Cornell, Founder and CTO of the Denim Group to ask what this mean. 15 years ago Cornell moved from being a developer to being a security professional. This change […]

Q&A: Denim Group CTO on DevSecOps and Resolving Disconnect

The tendency for disconnection persists between developers and security watchdogs, but there are ways to get them on the same page. That is one of the goals of the Denim Group, which provides application security assessments and strategies for addressing risks. It can be complicated bringing security and developers together in the midst of transformation, […]