Author Archives: Dan Cornell

A globally recognized application security expert and the creator of ThreadFix, Dan Cornell holds 20 years of experience architecting, developing and securing web-based software systems. As the Chief Technology Officer and a Principal at Denim Group, Ltd, the parent company of ThreadFix, he leads the technology team to help Fortune 500 companies and government organizations integrate security throughout the development process.

More Posts by Dan Cornell

ThreadFix 2.7 Teaser: Do What Cha Want

The 2.7 release of ThreadFix should be available in late October – not too long after Security Summer Camp in Vegas. If you’re going to be at BlackHat and want a sneak preview reach out and let us know. We... Read more…

Meet the Denim Group RSA 2018 Travel Team

It is that time of year. RSA is always a great event – the way it concentrates people in our industry makes it a fantastic opportunity to meet with clients, prospects, partners, press, analysts, and the ever-sought-after “thought leaders.” There... Read more…

ThreadFix In Action: Tracking Threats and Threat Models

ThreadFix is currently optimized to help with vulnerability management – importing vulnerability data from various sources, performing triage on the imported vulnerabilities, and then communicating the triaged vulnerabilities to the tools that developers use for resolution. Some organizations have also... Read more…

How the ThreadFix Team Uses Docker for QA and Support

The members of the ThreadFix team have often found themselves face-to-face with a fairly universal need across software groups: to quickly access running application instances. This need applies to groups from developers to support engineers to quality assurance personnel. It... Read more…

Automated Testing for the ThreadFix CLI

The Task ThreadFix offers a command line interface jar to create teams, add applications, assign tags, search for vulnerabilities, and much, much more from the shell or command prompt. The number of actions available in the CLI has grown over... Read more…