Hey there, coders, testers, analysts, and software architects — we’ve got something new, just for you.
For the past few years, we’ve made secure development training accessible for more than 5,000 learners and nearly 1,500 organizations worldwide.
Today, we’re so happy to launch our Pro Plan — a new tier of access within SafeStack that’s designed for solo learners who want to level up their secure development skills and earn verified credentials, all with the support of our community.
To say that 2022 has been a big year for SafeStack is to undersell it.
It’s been a year where — as a company — our values and our mission have shone. We’ve finally found peace with being a little different, and instead of fighting it, we’ve embraced it.
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.
It can be a shock to realize that many businesses will lose time and money to fraud at some point. Especially when many companies don’t give fraud prevention much thought at all — perhaps until it’s too late.
“To protect each one of us, we must protect all of us.”
The sentiment behind these words has always existed at SafeStack. We really do believe that when it comes to cyber security, we’re all in it together — and that with the right education and support, we can all play our part in staying safer online.
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.
Over time, social media platforms and their users have become more informed about how cyber attackers use social media to perpetrate various scams and attacks. However, never ones to be left far behind, cyber attackers have continued to up their game.
As the financial year draws to a close, it’s a good time to reflect on the previous year and plan for the next. And those plans for the new financial year may well include introducing new cyber security measures within your organization.
At SafeStack, we care about all businesses, from sole traders and small businesses to big corporates and government departments, spanning many industries and countries. We want to help everyone learn about cyber security, from front-of-house staff to fully remote CEOs.
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.