29 November 2017
Secure coding is the practice of writing software in a way that prevents potential security vulnerabilities. Mostvulnerabilities come from a number of small common errors such as defects, bugs and logic flaws. Security vulnerabilities in different languages can result in a vast array of consequences for the developer and the users. The most targeted programming language for security exploits would be C.
Educating developers about insecure coding practices and secure alternatives will result in a reduction of vulnerabilities before the software is deployed. In order to effectively teach developers this information, employees can undergo a secure code course, where they will have both secure code training, as well as application security training. By reducing the amount of security vulnerabilities before software is deployed, developers will save themselves a vast amount of financial resources that would need to be spent patching the software and helping customers who have been affected by the security flaws.
It is never too late to learn how to code securely. Want to find out more about how to protect your code from security vulnerabilities? Visit the JBI website today for more information about their secure code course in London, UK.
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