Two of the biggest challenges in an organization’s application security strategies are testing and integrating best practices within the application lifecycle. In this E-Guide, readers will learn best practices for testing injection integrating security measures into the application lifecycle.
Keeping your organization's Web presence safe is a difficult task, especially with recent threats against Web applications. Simply take this 2 min survey and learn how you can help application developers acquire the necessary security tools and training to keep your Web presence protected!
This resource provides an overview of the application threats that your organization faces and describes which risks you need to prioritize. Also inside, find five practical steps you can take to build security into your development processes.
View this presentation transcript as speakers explore security for an agile model. Discover key techniques and practices for supporting application security in the agile environment and learn how security is linked to the software development lifecycle.
Too often, application developers treat security as an afterthought, and they believe last-minute security testing will be enough to safeguard their applications from threats. Consult this expert handbook to learn how to build in security at every stage of the application lifecycle.
The rapid increase in usage, development and complexity of Web applications has created new opportunities for companies that employ them and hackers who attack them. This handbook delivers up-to-date information on security threats to Web 2.0 and rich Internet applications and expert advice on how to avoid those threats.
When security practitioners attempt to introduce secure development practices into a development process and organization they are less than accepted. Development organizations tend to reject formal internal structure and process imposed from the outside. Read on to learn how to implement secure development practices in a development organization.
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