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Information security needs community: 6 ways to build up your teams

Chris Romeo
CEO & Co-Founder

Every application security and SecOps organization needs to connect people under the banner of security. The security of any organization is only as strong as its people, and people thrive in a community. So how do you build one?Developing a security community is about more than following a process or using a tool.

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Tech firms take different security approaches than others. That's good and bad

Chris Romeo
CEO & Co-Founder

When people think about application security in a large organization, big tech companies like Adobe, Cisco, Microsoft, and HPE often come to mind. These companies appear to have cracked the code on how to add security to the software development lifecycle (SDLC). They incorporate secure SDLC (S-SDLC), a series of steps and activities designed to eliminate as many threats and vulnerabilities from a product or application as possible prior to shipment or deployment. And they are vocal about their security programs, providing relevant details about security processes on their websites.

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6 application security lessons every team should study

Chris Romeo
CEO & Co-Founder

When you build a skyscraper, how important is the foundation? It's crucial. Built on a weak foundation, even the most luxurious skyscraper will fail over time. The same is true for your application security program. You must build a solid foundation of application security knowledge, experience, and tools to ensure that the applications or products you build are secure.

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4 steps to transforming developers into security people

Chris Romeo
CEO & Co-Founder

Developers are everywhere because software is everywhere. Try to think of an organization that doesn’t employ at least a few developers to maintain their code.

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