Developers can make a great extension of your security team


Developers care about the quality and security of their code, and when empowered to help, developers make great security advocates who can help harden your supply chain security while reducing the burden on DevOps and security teams. Introducing security tools that allow developers to own code security within their existing development process can increase early risk identification and simplify the process of mitigating risks, slowing the growth of (or even reducing) vulnerability backlogs.

Developers take a lot of pride in the quality of their code, which includes how secure it is. If you wade through the arguments over spaces vs. tabs and which language is the superior one, development forums provide endless examples of discussions around code security and efficiency spanning from how to store passwords to seeking out best practices for secure code.

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