Application Security Training for Developers: 3 Reasons Why They Should Think Like A Hacker
Customer data, financial information, and access to highly sensitive intellectual property are all at risk during a security breach or cyber attack. As the frequency of cyber attacks mount, affecting organizations across every sector, it’s no surprise that executive leadership teams are classifying cybersecurity jobs as “essential.”
Well before the COVID-19 pandemic forced many people to work from home, employees with the technical skills required to respond to cyber threats were already hard to find. But the rise of events increased demand even more for positions such as software developers, vulnerability testers, network engineers, and cybersecurity analysts–but a background in software development alone simply won’t suffice.