Checkmarx joins IC3 to deliver cybersecurity solutions to nations around the world

Checkmarx joins the Israeli Cyber ​​Business Consortium (IC3) to provide AppSec capabilities to national cyber defense organizations.

The consortium was created with the aim of bringing the most advanced cyber defense capabilities to national governments around the world.

Created in 2016 by IAI and other companies, the Consortium today includes leading Israeli cybersecurity companies such as Check Point, Cognyte, CyberArk, XM Cyber, Mellanox, Cyber ​​X and IAI, among others.

Esti Peshin, General Manager Cyber ​​Division, IAI, said, “IAI welcomes Checkmarx to the IC3 consortium. Together, we are tasked with delivering end-to-end cybersecurity solutions at scale to nations around the world. We are delighted to work with Checkmarx, the leader in application security, to offer the most comprehensive solution possible. Our collaboration is essential to ensure the development of cybersecurity solutions around the world, continuing our quest for a safer and cybersecure world.

Emmanuel Benzaquen, CEO of Checkmarx, said: “Joining the consortium is a natural step for Checkmarx given our ultimate mission, which is to help every organization, whether corporate, institutional or government, to make their applications and their source code more secure. We are honored to accept IAI’s invitation to join the Consortium, which shows us confidence in our mission and our technology. The world runs on code, and Checkmarx Application Security Platform™ is there to secure it.

Maty Siman, Founder and CTO of Checkmarx, said, “The Checkmarx research team looks forward to working with all members of the consortium, seeking to conduct joint research with their research teams, each bringing to the table unique expertise. and highly specialized experience. Every day that the best researchers from cyber companies can work together is a great day to advance innovation and national security everywhere.

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