Red Hat announced new capabilities and features for Red Hat OpenShift, the company's enterprise Kubernetes platform.
Code Dx announced the release of Triage Assistant, a machine learning technology designed to drastically reduce time lost reviewing massive amounts of false positives and other insignificant findings.
Triage Assistant solves this problem by automatically recommending which findings to act on and which ones to ignore, based on prior triage decisions made for similar warnings. Triage Assistant trains on your specific data, so it is tailored to your organization and can be deployed across all your tools and applications. It is also deployed completely on-premise, within your firewall, removing any concerns about sensitive data being exposed.
"The release of Triage Assistant is an important step for Code Dx as we continue to build on the industry's first end-to-end AppSec automation platform," said Code Dx CTO, Ken Prole. "Large enterprises are increasingly struggling with the issue of false positives and miscellaneous 'noise' due to the rapid pace of today's software development lifecycle. Triage Assistant serves as an essential lifeline for them."
Triage Assistant empowers organizations to scale their software security programs efficiently and cost-effectively without adding additional resources to filter through an unmanageable number of false positives and other immaterial findings.
Triage Assistant is available as part of Code Dx Enterprise and Enterprise Pro.