People, process, and technology: Developer-driven security

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With pressure rising on security and engineering teams to do more with less, taking a proactive approach to security is imperative for large organizations all over the world. By some estimates, developers spend an average of 17.3 hours per week fixing bad code and addressing technical debt – a massive leaky bucket that drains productivity. And this is expensive, costing as much as $14,000 per issue when addressed retroactively, right before code is pushed to production. Development teams need to move fast and ship quality code quickly. Security teams need to mitigate risk. Promoting secure code learning across development teams can meet the needs of both groups, delivering real developer productivity and risk mitigation benefits.

In this webinar, you will get specific people, processes, and technology strategies to establish a winning secure code learning program that drives greater developer productivity and lowers cost and risk.

Join us in conversation with Vis Chirravuri to learn first-hand how he has developed people, process, and technology approaches for his secure code learning program. Vis is a senior security leader in a large multinational aerospace, defense, transportation, and security company. Vis has more than 18 years of experience in the security industry and holds more than 30 certifications, including CISSP, PMP, and GSE. He has educated over 3,000 software professionals in more than 18 countries. In addition, Vis has won more than 10 SANS challenge coins in international cybersecurity tournaments (such as Netwars) and is an active member of the GIAC Advisory Board.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to engage developers to want to become active security champions
  • Cross-functional strategies that bridge the goals of security and development teams
  • How to make your existing investments in SAST and DAST tools even more valuable with a secure code learning program