Even the best athletes need a coach to maximize their performance, so it is not a far stretch to believe that having a development coach for your software engineering team would push them to great levels. Not just in productivity and performance, but in ensuring everything developed is also secure and the likelihood for cybercriminals to breach is minimized.
DDoS Attacks Demystified
Most CISOs are familiar with the 10 most common cyber-attacks including: Malware, Birthday, Eavesdropping, Cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection, Password, Drive-by, Phishing/Spear Phishing, Man-in-the-middle and Denial-of-Service/Distributed Denial-of-Service. The recent headlines reporting on the last in this list warrants further exploration of the subject.
5 Reasons To Train In DevSec
Ongoing training is mandatory to maintain and improve your skillset period. It doesn’t make a difference if this is a world class athlete, business executive or average employee, all will benefit from ongoing training. Unfortunately, there is one group that often gets overlooked when it comes to ongoing training and that is your developers.
DevSec Mentoring From Home
The failure to recognize and remediate any critical security vulnerabilities, design flaws or privacy and compliance issues across any platform can be detrimental to an organization’s productivity, profitability and reputation. This means that something is needed to ensure developers and engineers are security-savvy, utilizing leading-edge assessment and training tools with proven agility and knowledge of next generation security programs. But how do you ensure your team has the latest information relative to each programming language or development environment?