How OneLogin is Empowering Developers with Secure Code Training
Jim Hebert, OneLogin AppSec Engineer; Jason Lane, Veracode Product Marketing; Rey Bango, Veracode Developer Relations
About this talk
35% of organizations say less than half of their development teams participate in formal security training. But if developers are the backbones of creating secure software, why aren’t they getting the secure coding education they need in school and throughout their careers?
That’s precisely the reason why OneLogin, a cloud-based identity, and access management (IAM) provider, implemented a comprehensive developer security training program to proactively reduce code defects in development.
Join us on September 16th at 12 PM EST as we sit down with Veracode customer Jim Hebert, Application Security Engineer, OneLogin to discuss how to craft a well-rounded security training program that ensures developers have the skills needed to write secure code and remediate vulnerabilities. OneLogin uses Veracode Security Labs, which offers hands-on training that enables developers to exploit and patch real apps in contained environments so that critical secure coding skills can be practically applied in the software development lifecycle.
During this session, we’ll cover:
• Common challenges with integrating security into the development cycle
• How to build a comprehensive developer security program
• Why effective security training is a keystone element of all application security
• Bridging the gap between a theoretical understanding of secure software development to the actual practice with Veracode Security Labs
• Evaluation process and other types of tools considered
Veracode delivers the most widely used cloud-based platform for securing web, mobile, legacy and third-party enterprise applications. By identifying critical application-layer threats before cyber-attackers can find and exploit them, Veracode helps enterprises deliver innovation to market faster — without sacrificing security.…