Cracking the Code on Gaining Organizational Application Security Program Buy-in

How to work with teams in your organization to make an application security program successful

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RT @tojarrett: My morning's thought about crypto and OPM has been republished at the @Veracode blog:

3 Ways to Get Your Development Team on Board with Application Security

RT @WeldPond: A SQLi vulnerability that was exploited by a 15 yo cost TalkTalk £60M and 101,000 customers.

RT @WeldPond: Vulnerability found in in two-factor authentication. Just social engineer the 2nd factor

RT @tojarrett: The other side of the coin, which Jeff & other Veracode devs do, is adoption of security as “definition of done.” https://t

RT @tojarrett: If the OPM breach tells us anything, a secret fed backdoor crypto key has one destiny: to be stolen.

RT @MariaLoughlin: The voice of an awesome developer: Security Team – 5 Things I Need From You via @Veracode

RT @roberthurlbut: @chriseng @Veracode And, maybe that reflects more reality that we like. But, moving toward more "team" approaches is alw…

@sheaSec You should try this one on for size: :]

@Secureholio It is a rant but we get what you mean.

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