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Checkmarx And Integral Agree on Making NZ More Security

Checkmarx And Integral Agree on Making New Zealand More Secure


Sign Reseller Agreement for Checkmark’s Static Code Analysis Technology allowing for easy testing of uncompiled code and vunerabilities at the beginning of Software Development Life Cycle (SLDC)
Integral – a highly respected New Zealand software developer is today announcing a resell agreement with Checkmark, a global leader in Application Security Testing solutions.

“We are excited to announce the launch of this agreement between Integral and Checkmarx. The agreement allows us to provide New Zealand companies with local access to Checkmarx security solutions, on-premise and in the cloud, meaning developers can easily scan their code (even uncompiled) for security vulnerabilities, and handle them at any stage in the SDLC” said Simon Hornby, COO for Integral Limited

Checkmarx (www.checkmarx.com) is one of Israel's fastest growing tech companies and boasts an impressive client base. Their solutions are being used globally by 4 of the world's 10 largest software vendors as well as companies including Coca-Cola, Samsung, Salesforce.com and the US Army.

In recognition of its innovative software security testing technology, Checkmarx recently won the lucrative Red Herring award and was named Best Product – Application Security Solution 2014 by Cyber Defence Magazine.

Ran Lewinski, VP Sales APAC at Checkmarx commented.

“We are delighted that Integral are partnering with Checkmarx to provide New Zealand companies with access to the best Application Security Testing solutions available.”
“Building an application and keeping it secure is a lot of work. One unchecked step can leave it exploitable by hackers. Checkmarx provides an easy and effective way for organizations to introduce security into their Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) by scanning software source-code, quickly identifying security vulnerabilities and regulatory compliance issues, and showing developers and security auditors where and how to fix them”, he continued.

Since its establishment in 1991, Integral has become one of New Zealand’s most experienced and enduring market-leading developers of software solutions for business intelligence. The Integral team of highly experienced consultants’ service clients across diverse industries including forestry, health, aerospace and logistics from our offices located in Auckland, Rotorua and Hawke’s Bay.


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