Observing: the rising innovation and leadership of financial institutions in upskilling their developers on secure coding.
Around the globe, companies are transforming. With a heavy focus on digital-first business, it is fair to say that most organizations are, in fact, software companies. Large enterprises count huge development teams among their staff, tasked with constant feature development and deployment in an agile DevOps environment. This feature delivery must keep up with the pace of innovation and customer expectations, so all too often, security is seen as a roadblock rather than a necessity. However, with our reliance on software at an all-time high (and subsequently our exposure to potential cybersecurity breaches and risks), this scenario cannot continue.
Security teams are not getting any bigger, and even if they could, the expertise is in short supply. Ratios of 1:100+ are simply not enough; proprietary security experts cannot be seen as the only solution to countering the cyber threat problem.
Our webinar, presented by Secure Code Warrior's Director (Americas) Stephen Allor and Russ Wolfe, Dean of Cybersecurity at Capital One, goes in-depth on the current issues facing DevOps, and what financial institutions like Capital One are doing to engage and upskill their development teams on secure coding, effectively fostering a positive security culture and successfully "shifting left'.
Watch our webinar now, on-demand, and discover the benefits of shifting left and empowering developers with the tools and knowledge to code securely from the start, with a focus on positive security practices.
Discover what financial institutions like Capital One are doing to engage and upskill their development teams on secure coding, effectively fostering a positive security culture and successfully "shifting left'