In this article, we will compare the experience of creating in-house secure coding training with hiring an external vendor, including the associated costs and value.
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The increasing number of cyber-attacks has made it imperative for organizations to ensure that their software is secure. The first step towards securing software is to provide good training.Read More
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Learn About ‘Secure Coding Training’
In this article, we will delve into what secure coding training is and how it can potentially save you money by adopting it for your developers.
As you build your application security program, you’ll be able to cater to your organization’s needs; even so, you can follow these five steps.
The increasing number of cyber-attacks has made it imperative for organizations to ensure that their software is secure. The first step towards securing software is to provide good training.
At Security Journey, we help organizations worldwide train their developers and other roles in the SDLC on the most crucial application security topics. We've found that developers thrive on hands-on training.
As we celebrate National Coding Week, the spotlight for the week is very much on AI, which is revolutionizing industries and driving innovation at an unprecedented pace.
Security threats have become increasingly sophisticated and prevalent in today's digital landscape.
The SDLC is a complex process that involves many different roles. Traditionally, application security training has focused on developers. However, in today's world, it's also important to train non-developers on application security.
“This [AppSec] doesn’t always come naturally to developers. It’s not that they don’t want to be more secure; they just don’t always know how,” said Robert Walker, who leads Secure Software Development at Zoom.
As a security awareness training program administrator, you have a lot on your plate. You're running a robust program, you are working on building a more secure culture across your organization, and now you're being asked to roll out more specific role-based training for security-critical roles such as developers.
While input validation may seem like a foundational topic for developers, it serves as the first line of defense against attacks on your system and should be prioritized within your secure coding training program.
In this article, we'll discuss how AppSec tournaments can help drive engagement in secure coding training and how Security Journey's tournament features can make it easier for organizations to implement them.