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.
As the dust settles on the release of the latest version of the OWASP Top 10, our team has been talking about the inclusion of insecure design on the list. Specifically, we’ve been thinking about what that means for everyone involved in the delivery of software products.
At SafeStack Academy we believe weaving cyber security throughout the entire software development life cycle is essential.
When we teach secure development, our goal is to help development teams build a set of vital skills that supports them to collaborate on security early and often, making it a shared responsibility that everyone has a solid understanding of.