Learn how you can use AppSec training to boost security programs, build a competitive advantage, and meet compliance.
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The idea is simple. Training developers on secure coding practices will reduce vulnerabilities. When done correctly, everyone wins. Developers improve their skills while eliminating unexpected security rework and customers gain confidence in their supply chain. In practice, many organizations miss the benefits by treating training as an event instead of a process.
Gerald Chang, Cyber Security Analyst and
Learning Program Manager, CARIAD, Inc.
When security vulnerabilities surface after code is tested, it’s almost too late in the cycle. Developer-centric training can enable overwhelmed developers to defend against security threats from the start. Learn how (1.3 min video)
Read how Cariad, Inc. armed developers with security knowledge to build and ship secure solutions for Volkswagen Automobile Group.
As a result of selecting Application Security Training by Security Compass they were able to achieve:
Listen to Mark Timms, Behavioral Scientist in Cybersecurity, caution against preaching security. To influence developers, champions need to be empathetic, identify what’s happening and weave in security while keeping the system’s limitations in mind.
The benefits of accreditation to individuals are obvious. Accreditation provides evidence of expertise. Accredited developers demonstrate a commitment to secure development. This can provide organizations with a competitive advantage with customers concerned with supply chain security.
Train developers to secure code & meet compliance
Security Business Operations Leader, Multinational Software Company
Help developers build a strong foundation in application security with language-specific, role-based, (ISC)² accredited training.