Secure Code Warrior (StateRAMP Active) supports the US Government’s focus to improve the state of national cybersecurity. The Biden Administration EO sets the precedent to meet cybersecurity standards, establishing a playbook to respond to incidents. As agencies shift their focus to cloud-first and DevSecOps, embedding security into the development lifecycle is critical.
The Biden Administration’s recent Executive Order (EO) announcement, addressed the US government’s plan to harden federal networks and improve cybersecurity standards across the nation. That includes a focus on secure software development for all government departments and their software supply chain.
Read the blog to learn more about how the EO is poised to reshape the way we approach software security, and verifying developer skills. You will learn:
Protecting and defending the nation’s software requires security-trained developers and the need for talent in those roles is only growing. Secure Code Warrior’s holistic approach to skills development increases your team’s critical secure software development practices, such as those mapped out in the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.
Real-world immersive secure coding simulations to help developers experience the impact of a breach and drive them to learn more.
Verify and benchmark secure coding skills and competency of your current developers and potential new hires.
Excite and engage developers with secure coding Tournaments that help to cement a proactive security posture.
Developer secure code training that is fun and hyper-relevant gets teams interested in secure coding best practices, and keeps security front-of-mind.
Make security an intrinsic part of how developers working in the public sector approach coding, and make it easier to meet the requirements of the EO agenda with our prebuilt templates. Empower them to improve software security, and comply with industry requirements, by coding securely from the start with a proven platform that helps you: