Tania Skinner, Intel Corporation
In the world of secure development, there are 10,000 + things you can do. What are the fundamentals and where should you start? A healthy, secure development program is an ever-evolving suite of skills, tools, and process coupled with an intricate understanding of an organization’s capabilities, culture, and appetite for risk. SAFECode, an industry consortium of companies seeking, analyzing and sharing best practices in secure development, will present a set of broad secure development practices that have been effective in improving software security in real-world implementations across diverse product lines and various development methodologies. Learn about SAFECode member’s key SDL practices and actionable guidance on how to prioritize and apply these fundamentals to your organization.