John Smith Veracode, Michael Man, Srimant Achayra TCS, Adam Casey i3Secure
Software security is about more than avoiding costly breaches. It’s about giving your organization the confidence to create, innovate, and bring solutions to market … before the competition. And the key to software security today? Education.
When it comes to software, developers are really the only ones in an organisation who can fix the vulnerabilities in their code. Yet most developers don’t have the training they need to identify or remediate vulnerabilities, and security teams don't have the bandwidth to train them. This leaves the development team with ineffective training content that is too long, irrelevant to an organization's tech stack, or not engaging.
Join us for a panel discussion hosted by Director of Solution Architects at Veracode John Smith, joined by DevSecOps practitioner Michael Mann, Srimant Achayra, Global Head Enterprise Vulnerability Management CoE, TCS Cyber Security and Adam Casey, ex-CISO, now Director Cyber Security and Data Protection at consultancy i3Secure.
We will be discussing:
- Why developers need training on secure coding
- Why the best approach in an AppSec strategy in addition to scanning includes avoiding creating flaws in the first place
- How shifting left in the development process is a route to competitive advantage
- Best practice in designing customized AppSec education based on organization’s unique tech stack and business objectives