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Developers are essential players when it comes to delivering new products and features. But they are also integral to ensuring security within applications. Vulnerable code can easily open the door to greater cyber risk, and developers must stay vigilant and put security first. This isn’t an easy challenge given that they are understandably not cyber security experts themselves. Already overworked, they can be quickly overwhelmed when faced with additional requests from security teams, and require guidance throughout their development lifecycle if they are to be expected to prioritize security. Secure coding best practices should be applied from the earliest stage. This white paper explores the key principles for building secure code from the outset, encouraging a “shift-left” approach across teams.
Why introducing security early is vital to long-term cyber hygiene.
The top 10 OWASP web application security risks.
How adopting the recommended best practices can allow developers to code securely and confidently.
The value of remediation intelligence in providing actionable next steps after identifying threats and vulnerabilities.