Struggling to improve your application security? In many organisations, there's a disconnection between developers and security. Both teams work hard at their respective roles, but without the time and infrastructure necessary for effective collaboration, a significant amount of bugs and vulnerabilities make it into finished applications.
When you’re looking to improve application security within your organisation, it’s important to get buy-in across the company. You need to create a culture that prioritises security. However, it can be hard for developers to prioritise security, as they are judged on the functionality rather than the security of their code. So today we're looking at 4 ways to get buy-in from your dev team to help them prioritise application security as much as the rest of your organisation.
If you’re looking to improve application security, there are two crucial steps to take. Your organisation has to first identify and choose a suitable training program; and, when you’re ready to roll-it out across the organisation, enforce it.
You can invest all the time and money in the world ensuring that your internal systems are safe and secure, but with more and more third party vendors being used each year, it's all for nothing if they're not secure too.