Here at The Security Ledger, we’ve written often about the barriers to improving the security practices of software development organizations. It is simple enough to say things like “we have to teach people to write code that is secure. But to actually accomplish that across the myriad of companies that do software development is akin to boiling the ocean.
Still, it is a far more manageable problem at the level of a single organization. In fact: it is quite do-able. How? That’s the subject of a Google Hangout Security Ledger is doing this afternoon in conjunction with Veracode. The topic: creating a culture of security within your organization.
In the hangout, I will be speaking with Veracode’s Chris Eng and Greg Nicastro about how Veracode, itself, built its secure development culture from the ground up.
This is going to be a great discussion. Greg is the Executive Vice President of Product Development and SaaS Operations at Veracode. Chris is the Vice President of Security Research. Each brings a unique point of view from their respective leadership roles – Security Research and DevOps.
Among other things, we’ll talk about their points of view come together to drive a culture of security into the product development and delivery cycle at Veracode. Learn how you can forge your own path by adopting secure agile methodologies for product development.
You can register to attend the hangout, scheduled for 1:00pm Eastern Time in the U.S. using this link.