CodenomiCON2011 - Verizon SIT Security Testing





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Published on Aug 11, 2011

Verizon presenting new security testing requirements and lab entry criteria by Verizon System Integration and Testing (SIT). Presentation took place at CodenomiCON 2011 in Las Vegas, NV.

CodenomiCON is an yearly event hosted by Codenomicon where leading industry experts gather to discuss and talk about unknown vulnerability management (UVM), fuzzing, software robustness and the current state of the industry. The goal is to bring experts together to share and develop ideas in the fields of fuzzing, software security, quality assurance (QA), robustness, reliability and cyber defense.

CodenomiCON 2011 was held again at the Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas during Black Hat and DEFCON conferences.

Codenomicon develops test automation software that can be used to quickly identify security flaws in communication products and services. Unique, model/template-based fuzzing techniques used by Codenomicon DEFENSICS exposes more weaknesses than any other fuzzing platform. Codenomicon is a spin-off of the widely acclaimed PROTOS project, and has 10+ years of experience in proactive security testing. Thousands of software developers, testers and security auditors in different industries around the world rely on Codenomicon Defensics to mitigate threats. For companies interested in integrating fuzzing into the SDL, Codenomicon provides off-the-shelf tools for all standard or proprietary protocols. Codenomicon also offers an extensive range of services related to product security. Full auditing services are available for all types of communication software.


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