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Empowering Developers to Write Secure Code

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For software to be truly great, it must be secure. No exceptions.

As security teams well know, too often, cybersecurity is seen by fast-moving organizations as an expensive obstacle to innovation. The drive to keep up with the unrelenting pace of business can mean that secure coding is pushed to the backburner, with security managers stretched and stressed across too many developers, and with most of the budget focus spent on finding and fixing problems after the code has been written. 

This whitepaper showcases how building a security culture in your organization is key to unlocking innovation, staying agile and reducing the financial impact of insecure code.

Read this whitepaper to learn:

  • How to make security training relevant and engaging for developers
  • How to teach developers to identify and fix their own issues
  • How to help developers securely construct their own code.

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