GrammaTech Products to Aid NTU’s Cyber Security ResearchJune 20, 2017 Tweet
SINGAPORE, 20 June, 2017 – GrammaTech announced today that CodeSonar and CodeSurfer, its advanced static and binary analysis tools, will be used in cyber security research projects conducted by Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore).
GrammaTech, a leading developer of commercial software-assurance tools and advanced cyber-security solutions provides technologies for developers and academics to produce safer and more secure software.
Its technology transforms source code and binary programs into models and allows NTU to rapidly explore those models to test and elaborate research hypotheses. Both CodeSonar and CodeSurfer offer extensibility interfaces that allow users to execute their own checkers and transformations.
“GrammaTech addresses the increasingly complex cyber-attack and defensive-safeguards arms race through ongoing research and advancements in software assurance, software hardening, and autonomic computing” said Mark Hermeling, Senior Director of Product Marketing at GrammaTech. “We are looking forward to the collaboration with NTU and continue on our path to make software more secure.”
NTU is an active participant in the Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium and performs research to advance the state of cyber security in Singapore and internationally.
“Cybercrimes will rise as the world becomes increasingly connected electronically, as seen with the recent hacking of networks belonging to major organizations and public services worldwide,” said Prof Thambipillai Srikanthan, Executive Director of the Cyber Security Research Centre at NTU. “This is why rigorous cyber security research is needed as it will play an increasingly critical role to anticipate such threats and safeguard against them.”
About GrammaTech: GrammaTech is a leading developer of software-assurance tools and advanced cyber-security solutions. GrammaTech helps organizations develop and release high-quality software, free of harmful defects that cause system failures, enable data breaches, and increase corporate liabilities in today's connected world.
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