Code security company BluBracket is joining Snyk’s Technical Alliance Partnership Program as a founding member and will integrate Snyk’s Open Source security product into its Code Security Suite.
The maintainer of the node-ipc package, a node.js module for local and remote inter-process communication, added code to some of its nested dependencies, resulting in files on computers with Russian or Belarussian IPs being wiped, a security firm claims.
COMPANY NEWS: Sysdig, the unified container and cloud security leader, and Snyk, the leader in developer security, today announced the integration of Sysdig Secure with Snyk Container to cover container security from development through operations. The integration allows teams to eliminate up to 95% of vulnerability alerts using runtime intelligence from Sysdig Secure with Snyk Container.
Developer security specialist Snyk has expanded its New Zealand presence, appointing Tessa Davis to the role of senior solutions engineer and Stephen Phillips to the role of senior account executive.
COMPANY NEWS: URLs are in many ways the hub of our digital lives, our link to critical services, news, entertainment, and much more. Therefore, any security vulnerabilities with how browsers, applications, and servers receive URL requests, parse them, and fetch requested resources could pose significant issues for users and harm trust in the internet.
Security tool vendor Snyk recently added code scanning to its range of tools for DevSecOps practitioners.
Developer security specialist Snyk has appointed Marc Tan to the newly created role of channels and alliances director for Australia and New Zealand.
Open source provider Adfinis brings Snyk’s platform for application security to Australia, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.
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