Learn about the importance of collaborating with programmers in this video.
- [Instructor] As a security professional,…you often have to interact with programmers…within your organization.…The programmers are responsible for coding…and designing the custom-made software…that your business is going to utilize.…You should take some time to work with the programmers…and ensure that they are properly trained…on the current threat environment…and the current secure coding best practices.…If you're tasked with conducting a security audit…of a custom-made program,…you might even have a programmer…who's assigned to your team to help.…Having a programmer is extremely helpful…when attempting to analyze source code,…determining if the software meets the assurance criteria,…or to discover bugs that may exist in the source code…during your white box penetration tests.…
Not every organization utilizes custom made software…or has their own programmers on staff, though.…For example, if your organization…doesn't have a web application programmer,…that role may have been outsourced to a contractor.…If that's the case,…
- Best practices for conducting research
- Current threats and threat models
- Emerging social media platforms and their threats
- Integrating research into business functions
- Security activities across the systems and software development lifecycles
- Adapting solutions to meet business needs
- Collaborating with programmers, sales staff, facilities managers, and others
- Providing guidance to senior management
Skill Level Advanced
1. Research Methods
2 Security Activities across the Life Cycle
3. Collaboration with Other Business Units
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