Ten Things I Wish Every Developer Knew About Security

November 16, 2020 – 2:15PM EST

Do your developers understand enough about security to secure your applications properly? How do they fare against the OWASP Top 10? A large number of security problems bury developers. Do you know best how to help them?

Developers must gain security knowledge about how to secure everything they work on. Explore the ten things every developer must know about security and learn how to properly expose them to your developers, including the realms of security culture, hacking, OWASP, third-party software, GitHub, DevSecOps and Docker/Kubernetes.

Gain a perspective on security from the eyes of your developers. Realize a greater awareness of your application security risk, knowledge of the ten things, and perspective on how to asses and build application security culture in a programmatic fashion.

Learning Objectives

  • Gain a perspective on security from the eyes of your developers.
  • Realize a greater awareness of the application security risk you face.
  • Assess and build application security culture.

Christopher Romeo

CEO, Security Journey

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Christopher Romeo

CEO, Security Journey