Experts share five strategies for ensuring an effective application security program in the age of continuous delivery.
Dev teams that master software security will also crack the code on how to influence cultural changes across the whole organization.
Developers may never become experts in security, and that's OK. But they must share a common goal of securing the product.
The call for secure software development makes security pros in high demand. Know your code and standards and you'll be at the front of the pack.
No one approach to teach developers about application security will work, but academia and the software industry can do better.
Here's how design thinking can deliver on DevSecOps, and five ways to get started.
Here's what development teams need to know about the updated de facto OWASP standard for making your applications more secure.
While companies are producing cleaner code overall, the average age of open source vulnerabilities is on the rise. Here are key metrics to mind.
You won't learn much about the state of your application's security unless you're willing to trust an ethical hacker with your code.
The rapid rise of containers has complicated security pro's jobs. Here are the steps you can take to improve your organization's container security.

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