There’s a well-accepted truth in application security: the earlier in the software development process you consider cyber security, the more influence you can have on addressing any issues found. I believe the same to be true for when we give our engineering teams access to secure development education.
You probably don’t need us to tell you that new web application security flaws are uncovered every year.
Keeping across all of them goes a long way to preparing you and your systems against abuse, and we’re excited to bring you a Secure Development course designed to help with that: Advanced Finding and Fixing Application Security Vulnerabilities. Plus, some other neat updates about our learning content.
Welcome to our first Secure Development course for 2022: Introduction to DevSecOps.
2022 has been an exciting year for us, with new team members, lots of great seminars, and more course offerings out and on their way.
We need to have an honest conversation. It’s about shifting security left in software development, and why we need to stop doing it.
Captain’s log: [insert date here]
That’s how you’re supposed to start these things, right?
I promised myself I’d write more this year. And yet, it’s almost May and I haven’t written a word about my journey as a founder. So let’s start today.
We’ve recently started the new financial year. It’s going to be a big one.
Like what SafeStack does, or want to get more into application security at speed? Check out our upcoming talks at events near you over the next few months.
In this blog post, we cover ideas that were first discussed by our SafeStack Academy Secure Development community at our online members’ seminar on detecting attacks in software products, hosted by Christian Frichot and Erica Anderson.
2021 has been a big year of growth for us. We’ve expanded our team, as well as the number of countries our customers are in.
We never lost sight of our mission though, to bring accessible, inclusive, industry-aligned security skills to all our customers and partners.
We’re excited to launch our newest SafeStack Academy Secure Development course today: Designing Secure Microservice Architectures.
We’re excited to launch our newest SafeStack Academy course today: Security Foundations for Software Testing.