Building developer security maturity

By assessing and understanding a development team’s security maturity, organizations can formulate a plan with the right stakeholders, process, and technology to build and support the necessary skills and capabilities.

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BUILDING DEVELOPER SECURITY MATURITY

Building developer security maturity

By assessing and understanding a development team’s security maturity, organizations can formulate a plan with the right stakeholders, process, and technology to build and support the necessary skills and capabilities.

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Most organizations struggle to make security a critical element of the software development lifecycle (SDLC), prioritizing features and release deadlines instead. This tradeoff comes with repercussions including increased risk of expensive data breaches and reduced productivity as teams sift through security tickets and rework.

In today's threat landscape, organizations must ensure that development teams are enabled to build and grow developer security skills that improve software security and the organization’s overall security posture. Discover our library of resources dedicated to building and identifying security maturity.

Infographic: Development team security maturity

Security maturity in development teams should be a continuous cycle of improvement with realistic goals along the way. As development teams increase their security maturity, they reduce the amount of rework and minimize risk, while also allowing automation to help create efficiency in the SDLC.

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Infographic: The developer security maturity matrix

Building security maturity in development teams can be approached in stages. Based on our experience with 400+ organizations, we've identified common practices and traits in three different stages of security maturity - defining, adopting, and scaling.

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Infographic: Development team security maturity

Security maturity in development teams should be a continuous cycle of improvement with realistic goals along the way. As development teams increase their security maturity, they reduce the amount of rework and minimize risk, while also allowing automation to help create efficiency in the SDLC.

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Infographic: The developer security maturity matrix

Building security maturity in development teams can be approached in stages. Based on our experience with 400+ organizations, we've identified common practices and traits in three different stages of security maturity - defining, adopting, and scaling.

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Guide: The secure code training blueprint

Defining a plan to improve developer security knowledge is no easy task, but it is a worthy one resulting in improved productivity and reduced risk. In this guide, we explore the lessons learned from three of our customers to help you assemble a secure code training blueprint.

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WEBINAR

Security maturity in development teams: What and how?

Different factors impact the security maturity of development teams and their ability to shift left. In this webinar, Scott Shapiro, SCW’s Director of Product Marketing, will discuss the different stages of security maturity and the pitfalls to avoid when working to improve it and shift left. Scott will be joined by Alex Schuchman, CISO of Colgate-Palmolive who will discuss their approach to building developer security maturity, the challenges faced, and key learnings along the way.

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