Secure Coding Practices Training Course
Help developers improve the robustness and security of code.
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Why this course?
Keeping apps safe in an ever-changing threat landscape has become a significant challenge for software developers. Through our fully customizable secure coding training program, we prepare your team to implement secure coding practices, thereby ensuring the security of your organization’s software applications.
Financial transactions and valuable data moving online have consistently increased in today’s digital world. Secure coding practices are essential to ensure that software is securely coded and encrypted. It helps software developers to achieve protection against exploitations. Insecure coding can leave behind vulnerabilities in software.
Deliver this course to a wide segment of your workforce.
Introduction to Secure Coding
What is Secure Coding? Why Secure Coding is important? And threats & Vulnerabilities
Secure Coding Best Practices
Input validation, output encoding, authentication and password management, session management, access control, rate limiting and race conditioning, error handling and logging, data protection, communication security, system configuration, database security, file management, memory management and general coding.
Summary & Assessment
Mandatory assessment with a minimum pass score as determined by the organization.
The course runs on any standard LMS that supports SCORM, AICC or TINCAN
Responsive course with HTML5 as the underlying technology
The course has an approximate learning time of 25-35 minutes.
Customize this course
Unlike off-the-shelf courses, customized content connects well with employees. At Security Quotient, we perfectly align training content with the organization’s security policies, brand guidelines and cultural nuances. Further, we translate the course to the native language spoken by the end-users along-with audio narration by native language speakers.
Find answers to common questions on secure coding practices.
Secure Coding is the practice of developing computer software to avoid the unintentional introduction of security vulnerabilities.
· Secure Coding best practices are:
· Input Validation
· Output Encoding
· Authentication and Password Management
· Session Management
· Access Control
· Rate Limiting and Race Conditioning
· Cryptographic Practices
· Error handling and logging
· Data Protection
· Communication Security
· System Misconfiguration
· Database Security
· File Management
· Memory Management
Secure coding is one of the most critical elements of the software development lifecycle since it eliminates commonly exploited software vulnerabilities and prevents cyberattacks from happening.
Software with insecure code is more likely to be attacked, resulting in…
· Loss of customer trust
· Theft or loss of sensitive data
· Financial and legal repercussions
· Loss of brand reputation
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