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Checkmarx Software Composition Analysis Pros and Cons

Checkmarx Software Composition Analysis Pros

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Sr. Director Global Solutions Development at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
One of the strong points of this solution is that it allows you to incorporate it into a CICB pipeline. It has the ability to do incremental scans. If you scan a very large application, it might take two hours to do the initial scan. The subsequent scans, as people are making changes to the app, scan the Delta and are very fast. That's a really nice implementation. The way they have incorporated the functionality of the incremental scans is something to be aware of. It is quite good. It has been very solid. We haven't really had any issues, and it does what it advertises to do very nicely.
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Founder & Chairman at Endpoint-labs Cyber Security R&D
It is very easy and user friendly. It never requires any kind of technical support. You can do everything on your own.
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Checkmarx Software Composition Analysis Cons

GG
Sr. Director Global Solutions Development at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
Its pricing can be improved. It is a little bit high priced. It would be better if it was a little less expensive. It is a good tool, and we're still figuring out how to fully leverage it. There are some questions regarding whether it can scan the MuleSoft code. We don't know if this is a gap in the tool or something else. This is one thing that we're just working through right now, and I am not ready to conclude that there is a weakness there. MuleSoft is kind of its own beast, and we're trying to see how we get it to work with Checkmarx.
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Founder & Chairman at Endpoint-labs Cyber Security R&D
It can have better licensing models.
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