Analyst Report

Forrester Report: Build a Developer Security Champions Program

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A lack of security awareness can lead to a disconnect between security and development, resulting in insecure applications down the road.

Creating a developer security champions program empowers developers with the knowledge, skills, and resources they need to become the security point of contact for their team and make their organization’s application security more effective. Read this Forrester report to find out how you can build a practical security champions program that leads to less risk, and more secure code.

What Will You Learn?

  • Five key steps that security leaders must follow when they’re building their security champions program
  • How to enable developer security champions to embed security expertise within their development team
  • Why you need executive sponsorship and funding for essential training, management, and rewards

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