Webinar - Shifting Left: How to Develop Software Securely? Secure SDLC Explained
About the webinar
Building software can be challenging. Getting your software out the
door quickly, while it's usable and at the same time ensuring quality
and performance, puts pressure on software development teams. The
growing need for secure software products over the last years does not
make this easier. A well-organized development process is key to keeping
the software you deliver aligned to your business needs, and security
needs to be part of that. Building software is a true team effort and
requires different roles. Whether you are involved in building software
as a developer, architect, product owner, tester, scrum master or
otherwise, we are all part of the same process.
In this webinar we looked at the benefits of 'shifting left': dealing with security earlier in the process. We discussed how the OWASP software architecture maturity mode (SAMM) can help to determine what to do first, and we will explained how threat modeling can help to make security a more measurable and testable part within the development life-cycle. We ended the webinar with some tips to get started.
- Software Developers
- Software Architects
- Product Owners
- Product Testers
If you are part of a software development team, or interested in building software securely, this webinar is for you. We did not dive into application code or explain vulnerabilities here, but focused on the process and the activities of secure software development.
- The benefits of shifting left
- OWASP SAMM – An overview and quick wins
- Threat modeling & ASVS to make security more actionable
- How to get started