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Show, Don't Tell, Your Developers How To Write Secure Code

Use Application Security Testing To Educate Your Developers

April 19, 2019


Why Read This Report

Applications are the most frequent attack vector for companies; as a result, security pros made application security their top priority in 2019. Application security can only improve, however, if developers either code securely or remediate existing security flaws, and, unfortunately, they aren't trained with proper security knowhow. Security pros should use this report to understand how they can overcome this education shortfall and empower developers to secure applications from the start of the coding process.

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Table of Contents

  • Application Security Depends On Neophyte Security Developers
  • Improved Security Scanning Reduces Risk In Applications
  • Work Within Developer Constraints To Empower Secure Coding
  • What It Means

  • Low Code Will Turn All Employees Into Developers, Increasing Risk
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