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Ounce Labs' Leading Source Code Analysis Software Receives 2008 Jolt Productivity Award

Ounce Labs' Leading Source Code Analysis Software Receives 2008 Jolt Productivity Award

WALTHAM, Mass., March 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Ounce Labs(TM), the industry leader in software risk analysis, today announced that the company's flagship source code analysis solution, Ounce 5, has received the prestigious 2008 Dr. Dobb's Jolt Productivity Award in the Security Tools category. These annual awards showcase products that have "jolted" the industry with their significance and have made the task of creating software faster, easier and more efficient.

"It's an honor to be the industry's only security source code analysis solution to win the Jolt Productivity Award this year," said Claudia Dent, senior vice president of marketing for Ounce Labs. "This award is a clear recognition of Ounce's ability to make security a more natural part of the daily life of the developer. The combination of automated analysis and deep remediation guidance is putting security on the agenda throughout the software development lifecycle."

The Jolt Product Awards identify the most ground-breaking, trend-setting, top-of-the-line products that developers should be using. Winners are selected by a panel of renowned judges that includes esteemed editors, columnists and industry experts, who provide insight into the latest and most promising trends. They define who is ahead of the curve, honoring products that are universally useful; that are simple, yet rich in functionality; that redefine or "jolt" their product space or solve a nagging problem that has consistently eluded other products and resources.

"This year was an exceptionally exciting year for our judges, because there were so many strong contenders in every category," said Amber Ankerholz, conference manager for Dr. Dobb's Events. "The winners reflect the great innovations thriving in the industry today, and it was especially satisfying to see industry leaders as well as newcomers changing how developers work by giving them great new products that reflect the changing software development landscape."

Ounce Labs' flagship product, Ounce 5, released in June 2007, is the only source code analysis solution designed from the ground up to provide executives, security analysts, developers, auditors and managers with the answers they need to manage the risk created by vulnerable software. Ounce Labs' patented software risk analysis solution helps developers, IT managers, security auditors and compliance managers to:

-- Quickly identify the most serious security risks: Ounce's patented analysis capabilities identify the most critical coding errors and design flaws. -- Maximize the effectiveness of all security stakeholders: The fastest time-to-results streamlines security efforts throughout the software development lifecycle. -- Manage risk across an enterprise portfolio: Centralized dashboards and policy management capabilities allow at-a-glance information about your software risk, enterprise-wide.

Ounce 5 is also the first solution to support both the Privacy (Requirement 3) and Security (Requirement 6) sections of the PCI (Payment Card Industry) standard and deliver the industry's most comprehensive support for best practices standards, including detailed reports identifying application vulnerabilities defined by the OWASP Top 10 2007 and the CWE specification published by Mitre Corp.

About Ounce Labs, Inc.

Ounce Labs' solutions enable organizations to identify, prioritize and eliminate business risk to the enterprise caused by software security vulnerabilities. With Ounce Labs, organizations strengthen application security, protect confidential information and verify compliance with both internal policies and industry mandates such as PCI, FISMA, HIPAA and others.

Ounce Labs' software analyzes application source code to provide the most complete and accurate analysis of application vulnerabilities and their relative priorities, enabling business users and IT professionals to optimize their resources on resolving the most critical issues.

Unique in its ability to scale across an organization's entire portfolio of applications, Ounce is used enterprise-wide by many of the world's most security-conscious organizations, including IBM, Intel, Lockheed Martin, GMAC, MFS, the U.S. Office of the Secretary of Defense, the U.S. Government Accountability Office, Unisys and VeriSign.

Led by senior executives with deep enterprise software and security expertise, Ounce Labs is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, with regional offices throughout the U.S. For more information, please visit http://www.ouncelabs.com/.

Ounce Labs is a registered trademark of Ounce Labs, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Other product or service names mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.

Peter Crosby Brenda Menard Ounce Labs Davies Murphy Group 781.547.7012 781.418.2435 [email protected]@daviesmurphy.comhttp://www.ouncelabs.com/http://www.daviesmurphy.com/

Ounce Labs, Inc.

CONTACT: Peter Crosby of Ounce Labs, +1-781-547-7012,
[email protected]; or Brenda Menard of Davies Murphy Group for Ounce
Labs, +1-781-418-2435, [email protected]

Web site: http://www.ouncelabs.com/

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