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Showing 1 - 8 of 8 results for the Type - webinar Secure Coding

Webinar | November 2016 - Webinar From Secure Coding to Secure Software By Mark Sherman, Robert Schiela

In this webinar, we discussed how you can improve your organization's secure coding capabilities.

Webinar | July 2016 - Webinar Secure Coding Best Practices By Robert Schiela

Learn why secure coding practices are important to reduce common programming errors that lead to vulnerabilities.

Webinar | April 2013 - Webinar Secure Coding - Avoiding Future Security Incidents By Robert C. Seacord

In this 2013 webinar, Robert Seacord discusses secure coding as part of preventing security incidents.

Webinar | August 2009 - Webinar Secure Coding By Robert C. Seacord

In this webinar, Robert Seacord discusses work to develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages such as C, C++, and Java.

Webinar | November 2012 - Webinar Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) By Robert C. Seacord

In this webinar, Robert Seacord discusses SCALe, a demonstration that software systems can be conformance tested against secure coding standards.

Webinar | November 2012 - Webinar Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) By Robert C. Seacord

In this webinar, Robert Seacord discusses SCALe, a demonstration that software systems can be tested for conformance to secure coding standards.

Webinar | May 2014 - Webinar Heartbleed: Analysis, Thoughts, and Actions By Will Dormann, Robert Floodeen, Brent Kennedy, William Nichols, Jason McCormick, Robert C. Seacord

Panelists discussed the impact of Heartbleed, methods to mitigate the vulnerability, and ways to prevent crises like this in the future.

Webinar | July 2016 - Webinar Secure Software Development Landscape By Mark Sherman

Examine how security can be introduced throughout the software development lifecycle to blunt vulnerabilities.