Taking a Positive Approach to Developer Security

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Economic growth today is largely based on digital technology, which means that every major business has become a software company in some form. With 23 million software developers around the world today, software developers are now the primary architects underpinning the success of many public and private organizations. 

However, despite ever-increasing application security budgets, testing platforms, tools and penetration tests, the number of successful cyber-attacks keep rising. So what measures need to be put in place? Improving secure coding skills and outcomes of developers to help them write better, faster code. Because they don’t need to become security experts, but they must be empowered to be the first line of defense for their organization.

Learning Outcomes: 

  • What is wrong with the current approach to software security
  • How to empower developer security through a positive approach
  • How to make secure code training and tools simple, relevant and engaging

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