Today's development teams are encouraged to create software applications quickly and at acceptable costs. That means security gets left behind.
Software security can only be achieved once three elements are in place and operating effectively - Standards, Education and Assessment. We refer to these elements as the three pillars. Many organisations focus on Standards and Assessment, whilst education gets neglected.
This free whitepaper explains:
- The three pillars of secure software development in more detail.
- Why context is important for software development teams.
- The key principles behind software security education.
- How to get the attention of people within your organisation, so you can roll out a successful training program.
- Strategies for rolling out a security training program
After reading this whitepaper you will have a better understanding of why it's important to train software developers in security, and how to roll out a training program which achieves your security objectives.