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Introducing Security Champions to the DevSecOps Life Cycle

How do you design a successful Security Champions program?

A traditional software security group (SSG) isn’t equipped to apply security activities to Agile development environments effectively. Applying security to agile processes requires the injection of security-related people, processes, and testing activities at a sprint tempo. Even if SSGs dedicate staff to each project (which is usually out of the question), there still isn’t enough local knowledge of each application to get everything done well. So how can we inject security into Agile development? Enlist developers. Download this report to find out the power of enlisting Security Champions who are developers that have a direct impact on the resiliency and security of their firm’s software.

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Security Champions are developers who have a direct impact on the resiliency and security of their firm’s software. They are enthusiastic volunteers willing to participate in advanced software security training to perform an important role.